Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out

Can you move out of your home in South Carolina at 17 and move to Pennsylvania?

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No, your parents could make you come back at 17. Until you turn 18 in South Carolina, they are responsible for you.

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The legal age to move out in South Carolina is 18.


The age of majority in South Carolina is 18. Until then you are the responsibility of your parents. They determine where you live and much of what you can do.


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