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2012-06-23 06:22:32
2012-06-23 06:22:32

You need to re-phrase the question, because it doesn't make sense. Your parents don't need a court order in order to move, nor do you, at 20, need a court order in order to move.


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A child under the age of 18 cannot move out of their parents' house without the parents' consent. They could petition the court for emancipation.

You are considered an adult at 18 in Texas.

== == The county court house of the county in which you reside.

Not without your parents' permission or a court order. You remain their responsibility until you turn 18.

If both parents agree you can. The custody order have to be changed in the court it was issued.

16 with parents permission, 18 without permission.

The court would not emancipate a 15-year-old for no reason if at all. If your parents agree to you live in the guest house or w/e it is you can do so. They are still responsible for you and you still have to follow their rules etc just as if you slept in the big house.

18, unless they've been emancipated in some manner, such as marriage (which requires parental consent) or court decree (which is rarely granted).

Without your parents permission 18 in the United States. Call local court house for more information

Not without parents permission or emancipation by the court.

when you are 16 unless you apply to the court for emancipation

you can get legal emancipated but you will have to go to court and your parents have to agree

To get married in an Arlington court house, you first must go to the court house and apply for a marriage license. Once you have your license, you can go back for a civil ceremony.

Without their permission she will have to wait until she turns 18 in Texas. The parents are still responsible for them.

How old do I have to be to go to court nd move out of my parents house in iowa?

If you are emancipated, it's up to your parents as to whether you have to move out of the house or not. If your parents do not want you to continue to live with them, they can get an eviction notice to force you to move. However, in order for a court to approve emancipation, you have to prove to the court that you are self-supportive and that you have a place of your own to live.

No. Parents are legally and financially responsible for their minor children until they reach the legal age of majority or a court rules otherwise. The legal age of majority for the state of Texas is 18.

In Massachusetts, you parents can not kick you out of the house if you are under 18 under most conditions. They can have you emancipated by going through a court proceeding.

A minor under the age of 18 cannot move out of the house without the parents' consent. You may petition the court for emancipation.

If your parents are not taking care of your sibling, you can petition the court for custody. If this is not done, your parents can have the cops remove your sibling from your home.

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