No, but if you live in their house and you are 18, they can legally kick you out.
Legally, your parents cannot kick you out of the house if you are under 18, no matter what state you live in, whether you are gay or straight. But it happens all the time anyway.
Yes they can, welcome to being an adult.
Not until they are 18 years of age. Until then the parents determine where you live.
They can put you someplace else to live, but they are still responsible for your welfare and providing you with the necessities.
Yes they can legally. You are now considered an adult by the law, therefore they can kick you out and make you live on your won.
If you're under 18, no, if you're 18 and older, probably. Parents can legally kick their kids out as long as they're legal adults regardless of reason. Unless of course the residence is in the teenagers name in which case the parents technically live with the child, rather than the other way around.
The owner of the house can kick anyone out unless they pay rent but your mother can not kick her minor child out. That is illegal. So this would be on her shoulders, not his.
they can kick you out at 18 or ditch you in an orphanage
Yes they can you are considered a legal adult at 18 that means if you get into trouble your are also on your own no more parents to clean up your mess.
No because they are not minors and legally not considered as adults until the age of 18
Question: "can my parents legally kick me out or can i legally move out" 'No' to both questions. But the answer to both questions will be 'yes' once you turn 18.
If your parents die or kick you out and your grandparents legally adopt you.
If you still live in their house you may want to abide by their rules because they may not be able to ground you but they can legally kick you out.
Legally - Yes.
In Massachusetts, you parents can not kick you out of the house if you are under 18 under most conditions. They can have you emancipated by going through a court proceeding.
Depending on which state you live in, your parents cannot kick you out legally. You are their responsibility until you are legally considered an adult.
no Of course not.
On their 18th birthday.
No you can not. You have to support her until she is an adult.
Yes, they can tell them to leave. Once the child is an adult, age 18, the parents are no longer legally responsible for them. They can even charge them with trespassing if they don't leave.