If you are 22 do you have to be emancipated to leave home?
No, you are considered an adult in all interpretations of the law. The maximum age of majority pertains to only two states Mississippi and Pennsylvania at 21. You may leave the parental home whenever you wish, parental control ended either at 18, 19 or 21 depending upon the state in which you live.
In San Antonio, Texas, you cannot legally leave home without the permission of a parent or guardian. If you want to leave home, you must become an emancipated minor. You would have to petition the court to do so and you would need to prove that you can take care of your self on your own. You will also need a legitimate reason for wanting to become emancipated.
Is it legal to leave your parents' home in Florida without parental consent if you go to school and have a job?
legally speaking- yes, you can. if you get married, then you are alound to leave. if your household is very hard to live in then you can leave. as long as the judge sees that it IS in your best interest to leave home, then yes. you will be able to be emancipated. i am actually in the same predicament. a friend and i are 16 and planning ahead to see what we can do…
How old do you have to be to leave your parents in South Carolina without the police getting involved?
What is the age of consent in nc and at what age can a minor leave without parental consent from home in NC?
If you went to boot camp with your parents' consent and became legally emancipated and got sent home for medical reasons would you still be legally emancipated now that you're home and still under 18?
That's a question for an attorney in the state in which you were emancipated. However, assuming the emancipation was not conditional (such as you remaining in the service), you probably are. The real question is this: If you're emancipated, what are you calling "home?" If what you're referring to as "home" is where your parents live, an emancipated individual would be a guest in their home and obviously could be invited to remain (or not)…