The legal age of majority in Indiana is 18. When someone who is at least seventeen marries or enlist in the military they become "automatically" emancipated, both actions require the permission of the parent(s) or legal guardian(s). The legal age of majority for the state is eighteen (18). Indiana does not have emancipations status, but adjudicate's cases based on their individual merit. Such cases are generally referred to the court by state or private social service agencies or attorneys. 18
A person will have to be 18 or older to move in with a friend in the state of Indiana.
No a 17 year old pregnant girl can not move out of her house and stay alone in the state of Indiana.
Yes, you can.
With the proper documentation.
Indiana has no clear law on an age of emancipation, so you have to take it to a court.
Not unless they have parental permission. In Indiana, until they are 18, the parents are responsible for them.
Depends how old "someone" is.
If the parents consent, yes.
You have to be at least 18. The fact you are pregnant does not change that.
if i am 18 years old can i move out of my parents house even if I'm still in high school
No you have to be 18.
Lincoln was 7 years old when his family moved from Kentucky to Indiana.
No, they cannot move without parental permission in Indiana. Either the parents have to consent or there is a court order.
Jeff Gordon and his family moved to Pittsboro, Indiana in 1986. He was 15 years old at the time.
If there is a visitation order or you share custody you will need his and the courts permission to move.
The laws considered them to be an adult. In Indiana they can move out.
Only with parental consent until you are 18.
Not if you are of sound mind and all that. You are an adult.
he moved to INDIANA
It would require emancipation first.
With parental permission, yes.
If you are in High School.... NO NO NO NO But if you graduated from High School already then do what you want
Lincoln's family moved to Indiana, in 1816, when he was approximately 7 years old.