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How old do you have to be to move out in Michigan?

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2010-12-05 07:38:40
2010-12-05 07:38:40

The state's legal age of majority is 18

In Michigan You can be 17 with a way to support yourself and your parents can't say anything! Just call the Police Department in Your County to make sure!!

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  • Eighteen.
  • The legal age of majority in Michigan as in almost every state, is eighteen(18). In Alabama and Nebraska it is 19, in Mississippi and Pennsylvania it is 21. Michigan has laws pertaining to early emancipation requirements, Michigan Law and Legislation, Chapter 722.4.
  • The legal age to move out without your parents permission is 18.
  • The age of majority is 18. You would need parental consent or legal emancipation if you are not 18.
  • The legal age of majority in the state of Michigan is 18. What action the police or other authorities may take depends upon the parents or legal guardian of the minor and the circumstances.
AnswerThe Michigan age of majority is 18, as it is in almost every state with the following exceptions...Alabama, Nebraska and Wyoming, age of majority is 19; Washinton D.C. and Mississippi age of majority is 21. However, there are exceptions in most states, the main ones are if the person has been allowed to marry, (either by parental or court consent) or the person is serving in the military.

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If you want to move out when you are 16,move to Canada

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you have to be 18 but if you can prove that you have a good job and you make enough money to support yourself you can go through court and moveout at 17

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No, you are a minor. You can move out when you are 18.

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Get your parent's permission to move out. Otherwise you have to wait until you are 18.

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If she her parent's permission. Otherwise she will either have to be married or turn 18 in Michigan.

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If your parents give permission. Otherwise you have to wait until you are 18. That would be 18 years old in Michigan.

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A minor cannot move out in Michigan. They can only move out when they reach 18.

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With your parents' permission you can move out at any age. That does not relieve your parents of their responsibility for you. You need to be 17 and 6 months to move out.

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What do you mean by how? You have parental consent and you are also age of consent so you can just move.

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With their parent's permission. Otherwise they will have to wait until they are an adult.

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