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How can you move out of your house at age 17.you live in ohio and you are pregnant?


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2012-05-13 19:31:52
2012-05-13 19:31:52

You can only move out with parental permission since Ohio don't have emancipation before 18. Even if they would you would probably turn 18 before it was ruled. Marriage is another alternative but there you also need parental permission.

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