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If you are still in school at the age of 18 can your parents make you live with them?


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Answered 2006-05-22 17:16:08

No, you have the right to move out at the age of 16. nicole * There are no states where a minor is allowed to arbitrarily leave parental custody. The legal age of majority in the U.S. is 18 except for Nebraska where the legal age is 19. In the circumstances cited in the question the person is likely of legal age and may move out of the parental home if they so choose, however, one should keep in mind that the state's compulsory education laws may apply as well.

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