No. You are only considered a runaway if your parents do not know where you are.
no you have to be emancipated by a parent,otherwise you would be considered a runaway...
no by cali laws- you would be considered a runaway
With parental permission, the child can move out. If there is no parental permission, the child is a runaway and is subject to applicable punishment.
The legal age of a child leaving their home in Texas is 18. Under the age of 18 is considered a minor.
Depends on what state.
Basically anyone up to the age of 17 can be charged with runaway. But if you are 17-18, they can bring you back home, but will not file runaway charges
18 otherwise you are a runaway
You are considered an adult at 18 in Texas.
Yes, but that juvenile would be considered a runaway. You're not legally an adult and responsible for yourself until the age of 18.
Not without being considered a runaway. If the child has permission to of the parents, they have the ability to live anywhere. Otherwise they are likely to become wards of the state and be put in foster care.
Under Texas law the police can not take a 17 year old into custody and return them to their parents. BUT anyone they move in with can be charged with harboring a runaway (except certain family members).
No. They will be considered elopement/runaway.
Report the child as a runaway. That gets a record with the police that the child is outside of your control.
Only in Texas
No. She is a child and legally under the control of her parents. You might be charged with harboring a runaway, child rape, etc., depending on the laws for your state.
the legal in the state of Texas is 17 years old and have to be able to care for yourself.
You can move out if your parents house whenever you please but you have to have their permission and somewhere to go. Unless you are 18 or over.
12. Although you have to be in the care of a trusted adult. Preferablly family member.
12 years old
If they have their parents' permission to do so. Otherwise they are considered a runaway.
No she can not. As long as you are a minor you will need their consent.
The laws considered them to be an adult. In Indiana they can move out.