Sure you can. You are an adult. And of course, before you move, you would have a job to pay the bills, and buy food, right? It's alot of responsibility. Are you mature enough to pay a deposit, rent, electricity, water, garbage, gas, insurance, car payment, and food? To say nothing of school stuff and social activities. You wonder why people stay at home? It's cheaper. Bottom line, you better be prepared to grow up quick if you move out. It's not as fun and romantic as you would think. Get your diploma. Get a job. Take college classes (hard to get a job w/out a college degree anymore, unless your ambition is to be a McDonalds Asst. Manager for the rest of your life. True maturity is not doing something stupid to mess up the rest of your life just so you can call your own shots for a few months. Be smart and mature and save your money. In the long run, you'll have alot more fun that way. Better cars too!
Yes. You are legally an adult at the age of 18 and can move out. It doesn't matter that you're still in high school.
Being in high school or not has nothing to do with it. When you are 18 you are a legal adult and your parents no longer have legal say as to what you can or can't do.
If your 18 years old you can move out. Even if you are still in school, you can legally move out.
Yes, at 18 years old she is legally considered an adult and can make her own decisions for which she is then responsible for.
State laws vary. Eighteen is the norm in the classification of an adult in this day and age. So the eighteen year old can move out if he wants and stop going to school if he wants. Parental obligations cease at eighteen.
you can move out of your parents house=]
if i am 18 years old can i move out of my parents house even if I'm still in high school
no. if you're eighteen your legal to move anywhere you want.
At the age of eighteen.
At the age of eighteen.
Legally, she is an adult. However, she is living in your home. If she doesn't want to live by the rules of the house, she doesn't have to live there. She is certainly allowed to move out and pay for her own place. Or maybe you would exchange some of her freedoms for a monthly rent payment.
It will depend on the laws in your state. In most places they own the property.
You are an adult at 18, regardless of whether or not you have a high school degree, so yes, you can move out.
Yes you can.
Yes. If the 18-year-old is still in school and wants to move out, but her parents tell her she can't, by law, she has the legal right to move out.
My friend did.He moved out when he turned eighteen.
you cant.. if you are still in high school your parents still have custody of you
At eighteen, you are an adult! Yes you can move out.
Yes he can.