Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out
North Carolina
Raleigh

How can a 16-year-old that lives in North Carolina move out?

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2005-10-26 23:15:29
2005-10-26 23:15:29

The age of legal majority in N.C. is 18. The state does have established emancipation procedures. NCGS Chapter 7B Juvenile Code, Subchapter 4, Article 35, Emancipation of Minors. It will be a productive learning experience for the interested party to do their own research on the applicable laws and procedures rather than having them posted here or explained. One of the major requirements before the court considers the granting of emancipation rights, is that the minor proves he/she is capable of handling their personal affairs w/o adult assistance.

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