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I am 15 and live in Ohio i cant stand living here in this house i have a job and i am capable of taking care of my self is it possible to get an emancipation and move out if i am able to care for me?

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2008-11-19 17:34:55
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this is basically called emansipation which means you get divorced from your parents in which you and your parents go to court and you request that you be removed from your parents house and you can go live with a friend or other relative. The legal age of majority for the state is 18. The legal age of majority for the State of Ohio is 18. The legal age of majority in the state of Ohio is eighteen. Until that time or the time a court rules otherwise, the parent(s) or guardian of a minor have the right to retain physical custody. They can also request assistance from authorities if they feel at any time they cannot control the minor child. Ohio's age of majority is 18. 18 unless you go to court with a good reason on why you want to move out.

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