No, your parents could make you come back at 17. Until you turn 18 in South Carolina, they are responsible for you.
The legal age to move out in South Carolina is 18.
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You can move out when you become an adult. In Pennsylvania that is when you turn 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.
In general, at 16 you are considered to be a minor and therefore can not leave home without your parent's permission. I do, however, think that in South Carolina you can petition the court for early emancipation. *If* it's granted, then you'd be able to move out.
In South Carolina a 17 year old can move out of their parent's home and get married. You need to be at least 16 years old and have a signed consent form to get married.
The purpose of South Carolina is for colonists to move there for religious freedom.
No, the legal age of majority with the exception of four states is 18. In Alabama and Nebraska it is 19, in Mississippi and Pennsylvania it is 21.
No, the legal age of majority is 18.
South Carolina's legal age of majority is eighteen.