Well there is no minor that can move out you have to be 18 or older
A minor can move to a different state to live with an aunt as long as they have permission from their parents.
No, a minor can not move out of their grandparents home if they have guardianship. The minor will have to live with the grandparents until their 18th birthday.
Not without parental consent. Even if that is given the parents of the minor child are still responsible to pay for the child's support and provide medical coverage.
If you are a minor you need your parents permission to move.
Not as long as you are a minor. If you want to move sooner you will need your parents permission.
yesYes, in all 50 states. Although parents have the right to oversee their minor children's welfare they do not have the right to supercede the law.Therefore, a parent can give a minor permission to live with someone else. However, you have to notify child services or a caseworker that the child will be living with someone else.
No. You are a minor until the age of 18.
maybe, it depends on the laws there and if they have a older person to live with. they would need a stable house to live in also. hope that helps!
They usually move into your mom's basement. What do you think?!? They live with other flamingos!
If you are 18 or older. If not you are pregnant minor and still your parents responsiblity and they can tell you what to do.
when they become legal age of an adult or if both parents agree to have you move and live with someone else then they go to court to switch custody
A minor can not decide where to live as long he is a minor. It's up to the parents or court to decide and give permission.
you can't you have to be 17 and older
A minor can not decide where to live as long as they are minors. You can only move with your parents consent or if you are emancipated.
As long as you are a minor you can only move out if you have your parents permission. Pregnancy don't change that. So it depends on where you live.
No, but, and this is a big BUT, if you are a couple the Child Protective Service could have a say in it since the age of consent is 17 in Wyoming. No sex allowed and if someone reports the older individual for statutory rape it will be very difficult for him to get out of that one. And the parents who allowed the minor to move in can also get into trouble with the law since they allowed it to happen.
If she is emancipated or has her parents permission she can live where ever she wants.
Only if the minor has been legally emancipated by the court. And no judge is going to emancipate a minor so they can go live with their boyfriend. When you turn 18 you can move anywhere you want.
It depends on the country and provincial laws in your , state/province/city etc, Im pretty sure you need parental permission to move out, Im from Canada and I believe you have to live with eaither someone 18 or 23 or older.
A minor cannot move out in Michigan. They can only move out when they reach 18.
move on with ur live.... REMEMBER live life to the fullest :)
if your child is not a minor,then you can ask them to move out.
Of course not. Mom and Dad (assuming they have custody) get to decide where you live.