The state's age of majority is 21, difficult to believe, but it is the law. It is also very unusual because the state does not specific laws concerning early emancipation or exceptions to the set legal age. It is possible, however to file a petition for "Relief of Disability of Age of a Minor", such cases are adjudicated on individual circumstances. The age of majority, unless you've been emancipated. What is the age of majority in PA? I'm not sure. I've seen it cited as being 18 and as being 21. But considering the fact that you can get married in PA at 18 without parental consent, I'd tend to think that *might* be the actual age of majority. (The age of majority in MS is 21, and you have to have parental consent in order to get married if you're under the age of 21).
To move out in the state of Pennsylvania you have to be 18.
Up to parents
Pennsylvania has actually set the age of majority at 21. I believe that means you would need their permission to move out until you are 21-years-old.
The age of majority in Pennsylvania is 18. Until then you are the responsibility of your parents. They determine where you live and much of what you can do.
no, you have to be 18
Legal age in PA. is 18.
Walk or drive if you have a license.
You can move out when you become an adult. In Pennsylvania that is when you turn 18.
No. The age of majority is 18 (you need to be 18, the age of the person you are moving in with is irrelevant in this regard).
== == The person that said your state is one of 2 that you have to be 21 years old before you can move out without parents permission P.A. Requires you to be 18 years old before you can move out on your own
No they may not. You have to be an adult, 18 in Pennsylvania, to move out unless the parents allow it.
An 18 year old is an adult. They can choose where they want to live.
No, in Pennsylvania a minor cannot move out of their parents home until they reach 18 years old. A 16 year old could be considered a runaway if they leave home.
Who did Penn make the strongest appeal to to move to Pennsylvania
18 years old.
A minor in the U.S. can not move out without parental, or legal guardian consent.
depends on the laws in your state every state in the u.s. is different.
With the exception of four states the legal age of majority is 18; in Alabama and Nebraska it is 19 and in Mississippi and Pennsylvania it is 21.
No, the legal age of majority with the exception of four states is 18. In Alabama and Nebraska it is 19, in Mississippi and Pennsylvania it is 21.
Yes, if they have parental permission. The key here is the age of majority, 18, in Pennsylvania. If they are an adult, the parents are no longer responsible.
Yes, he's 18 , he's an adult. Why shoulden't he?
No you can not.
No, they are not yet an adult in Pennsylvania. Until that point, they are the parents' responsibility.
no,not in pennsylvania.