You are considered a minor until you are 18. Until that point your parents are responsible for your welfare and where you live.
A 17 year old cannot move out legally in the state of Florida. They must be 18 years of age to move out.
Legally, not without his father's permission.
Idaho has no legal mechanism for the emancipation of minors. Seventeen year olds are considered minors in Idaho.
can a 17 year old move away from home in the state of S.C?
No, you cannot legally move out. You must be 18 or have their permission.
Not legally, as the legal age of majority for the state is 18.
The web address of the Old Idaho State Penitentiary is: http://www.history.idaho.gov/old-idaho-penitentiary
Not legally, no.
Old Idaho State Penitentiary was created in 1870.
Only if the sixteen year old is emancipated.
In the state of Hawaii you need to be at least 18 years old to legally move out. In other states in the U.S. you need to be 17.
4 or 5.
That would be the age of majority. That is 18 in Washington.
Only with parental permission.
The phone number of the Old Idaho State Penitentiary is: 208-334-2844.
The area of Old Idaho State Penitentiary is 20.639 square kilometers.
The address of the Old Idaho State Penitentiary is: 2445 E Old Penitentiary Rd, Boise, ID 83712
Not really but you will have to tell them WHY
No you can not.
No, at the age of 18 you can move out of your parents home legally. There is nothing they can do.
Yes. A person who is legally married is considered emancipated and responsible for him/herself.
I am sure that if you are considered to be old enough to marry, you are also old enough to move out of your parents' house.