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.
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.
His home state of South Carolina
If you leave home before the age of 18 without parental consent or being emancipated, then your parents can report you as a runaway. South Carolina
No, your parents could make you come back at 17. Until you turn 18 in South Carolina, they are responsible for you.
Not if she was adopted.
A creditor can place a lien on a property in South Carolina. This is to ensure their loan is paid.
If your car is not registered in South Carolina, then no - you would pay your property taxes to whichever state is your Home of Record.
The South Carolina Gamecocks play their home games in Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina.
John Rutledge was a native of Charleston, South Carolina.
I live in South Carolina and as far as I know the breaks you get are for adding insulation, windows, and doors. But that is a federal tax break not a state break.
South Carolina, he died in Nashville, Tennessee and is resting in the Hermitage in Nashville.
You have to prove in court that your parents are unfit or that you have no parents. You also must prove that you can take care of yourself. This is called emancipation. Check your state laws.
Not at age 17 in South Carolina, they can only do so if the parents give their permission. Otherwise they will have to wait until they turn 18.
Charleston, South Carolina
No. Your parents can (and I'm assuming will) report you as a runaway and you will be picked up and returned home.
No, they cannot move without parental permission in South Carolina. Either the parents have to consent or there is a court order.
Sure, once you reach the age of majority, which is 18.
Yes...and everywhere else in the US. At 18, you are legally an adult.
18, just like everywhere else, unless you get emancipated prior to this.
No, the legal age of majority is 18.
John Caldwell Calhoun was born in Abbeville,McCormick County, South Carolina.