If your parents give you permission to move out at 17, then you can. However, you're still going to need their help to do things such as sign a rental agreement, or anything else that requires any type of contract, because an unemancipated minor cannot legally enter into a contract. Also, in the event that anything happens, your parents are still held responsible.
Only with parental consent or by emancipation. With only parental consent, you cannot own property.
Yes, you can do that. With parental permission, you can live anywhere. No emancipation is needed in that case.
Indiana does not have an emancipation statute. Please read more in the related question below.
Only with parental consent or through emancipation. You cannot own property with just parental consent.
No one under 18 can marry without parental consent in Indiana.
At age 16 with parental consent.
Loopholes? There are only legal ways such as with parental consent, turning 18, marriage or emancipation by the court.
With parental consent or emancipation by the court, yes.
With parental consent or by emancipation.
Parental consent is not required for emancipation. However, you do have to convince the court and your parents get to have a say.
Yes, marriage is the equivalent of emancipation. So is joining the military. To do so under the age of 18 requires parental consent.
18 without parental consent, from there it varies (sometimes by city) as to how old with parental consent.
No, not without parental consent or legal emancipation.
The emancipation age is 18, unless one is in the military (need parental consent), married (need parental consent), or by court order.
Consent is not required for emancipation. They do have to be informed and the court will ask their opinion on the subject.
You don't get emancipated with parental consent the judge decides if you are emancipated or not... * Illinois 'emancipation of mature minors act' states: "No order of complete or partial emancipation may be entered under this Act if there is any objection by the minor, his parents or guardian"
Only with parental consent or through emancipation. However, you cannot own property without emancipation.
12 years old
Parental consent for what? Many states have laws that allow minors to file for emancipation from their parents if they meet certain criteria, but what specifically are you asking about?
In the state of Virginia does a minor of the age 16 need parental consent to be emancipated to her boyfriend who has been together for 2 years.
Not without parental consent or emancipation by the court.
The 16-year-old is under the supervision of his or her parents until he or she reaches the age of legal majority which is 18. Indiana does not have grounds nor procedures for the emancipation of a minor.
New York does not have an emancipation statute. She can move out with parental consent, but they are still responsible for the child.
A minor can move out without parental consent in the state of Indiana at the age of 18. At the age of 18, a person is considered to be an adult.