I live in Smyrna, TN. Parents can legally bind you to their rules until you are 18 years old. * A minor who is pregnant or has a child is not considered automatically emancipated in the State of Tennessee. As stated previously the legal age of majority is applicable and that age is 18.
The age of majority in Tennessee is 18.
20 yrs old 89% sure.
if your parents sign something
18. The state's legal age of majority is 18.
yes having a baby in the car has nothing to do with it
I'm 16 yrs. old and I have a baby. I will turn 17 in June. How old do I have to be to move out of my mohters house? HELP
I think it depends on how old you are.
Andrew Johnson moved when he was twelve years old
Not until they are 18 years of age in Tennessee. Until then the parents determine where you live.
first she lived in Tennessee than she got her parents to move to Nashville at age 11
No you have to be emancipated for that.
No he cannot.
No. Rather you have a child or not, you're a minor until you turn 18, so Mom and Dad get to decide where you live.
the Cyrus family might move back to tennessee.
The simplest way is to get parental permission. Otherwise you will need a court order.
Not without it being considered running away you would have to get emancipated or talk to an adult about why you want to move out if serious things are involved.The age for being considered an adult in Tennessee is 18.
No. Having a child does not emancipate a minor.
No you have to be 18. Having a baby changes nothing.
You have to be of legal age just like before you had a baby. Having a baby makes no difference.
A 2 week old fetus? No, you can't
NO, it is illegal everywhere.
A person can legally move out of their home in Tennessee at the age of 18. A minor may be able to move out before with a parents consent.