Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out
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Do you have to reach the age of majority to move out?

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Generally yes, although there are those states which have laws that allow a minor to petition for early emancipation rights. The other exceptions could be if them minor obtains parental permission to marry or enlist in the military. There are four states where the age of majority exceeds eighteen (18). They are Alabama and Nebraska 19, Mississippi and Pennsylvania 21.

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