The 16-year-old is under the supervision of his or her parents until he or she reaches the age of legal majority which is 18. Indiana does not have grounds nor procedures for the emancipation of a minor.
No one under 18 can marry without parental consent in Indiana.
18 without parental consent, from there it varies (sometimes by city) as to how old with parental consent.
A minor can move out without parental consent in the state of Indiana at the age of 18. At the age of 18, a person is considered to be an adult.
Depends how old "someone" is.
16 iwth parental consent, 18 without it.
no, you must be 18yrs of age or older unless you have parental consent. i know, i've tried
no, but why would you want to? see link
They will be returned to the parental home. Or they will be placed into a foster care facility until they turn 18.
No. But you can get married at 18 without needing parental consent.
The legal age of majority for Indiana is 18. An 18-year-old may leave home without parental consent as he or she is considered a legal adult. The exception is, if there is a court order in place that states otherwise.
In Indiana you can legally get your cartilage pierced with a needle at the age of 14 with parental consent or 18 without.