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.
Only with your legal guardians consent. 18 is the age of majority.
With consent, yes. Without consent, no. If you do take them in without consent, it could cause legal issues, up to and including kidnapping charges.
In the state of South Carolina, you can legally leave your parents house without consent when you reach the age of majority. In South Carolina that is age 18.
yes because if you have done it through court they are still your guardians
The answer is no. It used to be that way. But the laws have changed. Your parents or legal guardians are responsible until you are legally an adult  or emancipated.
No, not unless they've been legally emancipated.
No, they cannot move without parental permission in South Carolina. Either the parents have to consent or there is a court order.
No, the legal age of majority is 18.
yes, you are not above the age of consent. you lose.
Assuming you mean without parental consent... No, not unless the minor has been legally emancipated in some manner, such as marriage (requires parental consent), court order (which is rarelygranted), etc.
Yes, but if the authorities find you they can take you back. But legally No you can't, not without parental consent.
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Under current UK law, a child can leave home with their parent/guardians' consent at the age of 16+ (the child does not need consent if they are leaving an abusive situation). Once the child has turned 18, they are considered an adult and can then move out at any time.
You can't legally perform CPR on a child who's parent has denied consent.
To legally drop out of school anywhere in the state of South Carolina, you have to be 17 years old. You have to attend school in South Carolina until age 17 regardless of parental consent.
With a LEGALLY appointed Guardian's consent, yes.
Not legally, the state's legal age of majority is eighteen. (SCRC Title 20, Chkapter 7, Art. 1).
No, not legally.
Gender reassignment involves a complicated medical procedure to transform from male to female or vice versa. Generally, in the United States, a child requires consent of parents or legal guardians to undergo the procedure. However, the age of medical consent in Oregon is 15 as of 2015.
Yes. Getting married legally emancipates you from your guardians.
Florida consent lawsThe answer to your question would be no, it would not be legal with parental consent. You can view the Florida state laws at www.moraloutrage.net
Not legally, but if parental consent is given, there's not really any repercussion or consequence.
You have to be 18 to legally marry on your own. 16 and 17 you have to have parent consent.