In North Carolina you have to be 16 years or older to move out of your parents' house, but you have to be in school and hold a part-time job as well.
In NC, unless you have been emancipated by the court, you are considered to be a minor until you're 18, so until that time your parents have the authority to decide where you can/can't live. You can, however, petition the court for early emancipation.
so, what is the answer? 16...or 18? I talked to an officer today and he said that as long as the child is 16, the only thing a parent can do is call the law to find out where the child is. The officer can find the 16 year old and report back to the parents on the where-about of the child....BUT CANNOT make the 16 year old go back HOME!!!!!! Lexington NC
i would say 16 but there are stipulations (i.e. becoming emancipated). to view these you can go here:
if you need help clarifying those i should be able too. if you don't want to go through that then 18
Only with parental consent.
A teenager's parents can give them permission to live elsewhere, but could demand that they move back home if they change their mind. The only way for a 16 year old to move out of their parents home and be permanently independent would be to become legally emancipated through the court.
Not without parental permission in North Carolina. Until they reach 18 the parents are responsible for him.
The state's legal age of majority is 18.
No. Your parents can (and I'm assuming will) report you as a runaway and you will be picked up and returned home.
you can file for emancipation, however if you dont, you have to wait til your 18.
No, they are not yet an adult in North Carolina. Until that point, they are the parents' responsibility.
Children that were school-age in North Carolina were taught at home. They were taught at home by their parents or a private tutor that your parents paid to educate you. When these kids became teenagers, they would go off to Europe or college. Girls in North Carolina did not go to school. They were taught how to knit clothes by their parents. Some boys in North Carolina were taught a trade so that they could continue the family business when their father retired. Most boys would go to school and learn a trade. Some boys learned to read and write.
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It would be legal if the parents have approved. Otherwise you will have to wait until 18 or have a court order.