In my state (Louisiana), once you are 17 you are no longer considered a juvenile, and can no longer be listed as a runaway. Basically, you can leave and the cops can't do anything about it. However, you still can't sign a lease or open a bank account, which severely limits your independence. I'm in the same situation, and the police basically told my father that they couldn't do anything about it.
The laws vary by state, so the best thing you can do is call your state police department and ask. You can also check their website for information about it. Just make sure you contact the STATE police and not local, because they can give you the best answer.
Yes You Can.
Generally the answer is no.
If you are 17 and you have your parents permission can u mouse out?
No, but you can leave home at 18 without needing your parents permission.
No she can not.
No, you have to be 18.
You can get emacipated
yes, per state law they a 17 year old boy can move out without parents permission. The parents are still financially responsible though.
A 17-year-old is not a woman, she is a minor, and therefore, no, she cannot move out without her parents permission unless she has been legally emancipated.
Without their permission they will have to wait until they are 18. The parents are still responsible for them.
Generally, no, not without her parents' permission. She is a minor.
Not without parental permission.