Anyone can move out of Ohio if they are of age. A 17 year old can't move out of state unless they have their parents permission.
When they are an adult. In Ohio that means the age of 18.
NOT in Ohio. You are not emancipation until you reach 18 years of age.
No, the age of majority is 18 in Ohio, not 17. Until they are an adult the parents are responsible for them.
No, being the age of 17 and pregnant is not the same as being 18. Until your turn 18 in Ohio, the parents continue to be responsible and make the decisions.
Not until they are 18 years of age in Ohio, or with permission. Until then the parents determine where you live.
The age of majority in Ohio is 18. A person below 18 is considered to be emancipated (and therefore can move out without parental permission) if they are married or they are in the military (both of which require parental consent).
In Ohio, emancipation age is 17.
I don't believe so. 18 is the age of majority. Try to wait it out.
Yes, in Ohio a 17 year old with a child can move out. Most places do recognize a 17 year with a child as an adult.
The age of majority, which is 18 in Ohio. Until then the parents are responsible.
No, the legal age of majority in Ohio is 18.