You might be able to, but it is not advisable to do so.
Completing school is not an emancipating event. You are still a minor and subject to your parents' authority until you turn 18.
Yes, in Indiana a person is considered an adult at the age of 18 even if they are still in high school. This gives the parents rights to kick the son or daughter out for any reason.
It depends on the school district, my school district still has it, but only because it will be completely funded by parents, and not by the state.
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He is no longer a minor at 18, he is an adult. He is all ready emancipated.
The age of majority in Indiana is 18, when you are considered an adult. Until then your parents are responsible for you. So if you have their permission, you can move out, but they are still responsible.
An 18 year old can indeed move out of their parents house even if they are in high school and their parents would resist. This 18 year old is legally an adult.
Yes he can.
no you have to be 18. when you're 17 you are still under your parents control. 18 you're free to do whatever you choose.
In the State of texas, when you are 17 you are legal to move out of your parents home. But your parents are still responsible for you going to school. It's a gray area still.
Usually, but parents can be sued for support if you are a student in good standing.
There might be obligations. One factor will be what the divorce or support agreement says. The Indiana laws may also specify support if they are still in high school. In most cases once they reach the age of 18 there is no further obligation.