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If you live in Florida are you allowed to move out at age 17 if you have a baby?

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2013-02-28 16:20:07
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Having a child does not emancipate a person. You are still a minor until you reach the age of 18. Unless you have been emancipated in some manner (court decree/marriage/joining the military) you are still under the control and authority of your parents.

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