The NC Juvenile Code states that any juvenile under 18 years of age is subject to the supervision and control of the juvenile's parents unless they are married, serving in the armed forces (both of which require parental consent) or they have been granted emancipation by the court. NC does allow a minor 16 or older to petition for emancipation. It is rare for it to be granted, especially if the parents of the minor contest it.
Not without their permission.
16 with parents permission, 18 without permission.
Generally the answer is no.
Legally in Georgia you must be 18.
You can get emacipated
No, they cannot move without parental permission in South Carolina. Either the parents have to consent or there is a court order.
No, only someone "of age" (18 years) can live without parental permission, If they do the parents can be charged with abuse.
As long as they are minors, no they cannot.
Not unless you get a court order that will allow it.
In the state of North Carolina, a 16 year old cannot legally move out of their parents house without permission. If they want to do so, they must petition the court for emancipation.
NO. You need to be 18 years old to legally move out of your parents house. Even if you have permission or not.
No, a minor cannot move without permission. They must have parental consent or a court order.
Not without her parents permission.
No, you cannot legally move out. You must be 18 or have their permission.
No, you cannot legally move out of your parents home without their permission. Once you turn 18 years old, you can move out without their permission.
No, they are not yet an adult in South Carolina. Until that point, they are the parents' responsibility.
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.
No. But you can when you turn 18.
Not without her parents' permission. Even though she has a child, until she is 18, they are responsible for her.
No she can not.
No, they cannot move without permission in North Carolina. Either the parents have to consent or there is a court order.