until you turn eighteen yes they can keep you from moving out so don't be so quick to talk about october because october isn't here yet and you may not make it to october but your right when you turn eighteen they can't stop you * There are two different state laws that apply to the legal age of a minor. In most states the age is 18, with the exception of Nebraska where it is 19. Then there is the state compulsory education law, which indicates when a student can leave school. In some states the law only allows a student to leave school at the age of legal or majority if the student has finished the grade in which they became the legal age; and likewise will require the student to finish that school year.
They are responsible for you legally until you are 18, so they can stop you.
Moving out of a parents house at the age of 16 legally, depends on where the person resides. In most states, a child cannot legally move out of a parents home because they are not of the states age of majority. A child can move out at 16 if they are legally emancipated by the courts.
You may legally move out at a age 18; or 16 with parents permission.
Yes, once you are eighteen you are legally an adult and there is nothing legally binding that can keep your parents from letting you move put or really do anything.
Yes, legally you are an adult and they can't stop you from moving out.
If you want to move out and be with the guy u want to then just think about ur parents and ur life.
Yes, as long as the minor is moving to a safe and appropriate environment. But the parents are still legally responsible for the minor.
In Colorado, you cannot legally move out of your parents home until you reach 18 years of age. If your parents agree to you moving out before 18, then it is fine.
No. Once a person turns 18, they are legally considered to be an adult by United States of America.
All you can do is ask. Legally they decide where you live until you are at least 18.
Not unless whome ever you are moving in with can be made your legal guardian. Regardless of wether or not you have your parents permission, they are legally responsible to provide and care for you until you are at least 17 and can be emancipated.
If you are not yet at the age of emancipation in your state, and/or have not been emancipated by court action, you could be forced to return to your parents/guardians home. Your parents/guardians are STILL legally responsible for everything you do and your actions even if you move out.
With parental consent, yes, as long as you're moving to a safe and appropriate environment. However, your parents are still legally responsible for you.
Yup. But to do this legally, you have to marry a cow and have three children with a single sheep. ( before moving out.)
In the country of Australia parents can stop a 17 year old from moving out.Yes, parents can stop a 17 year old from moving out in the country of Australia.
Yes, especially if her name is Dorothy and it is windy. But if she's moving out for a man, make sure he is all that he promises first!
I'm 16 years old but I want to move out of my parents house when I get the chance. My parents keep bringing up moving out to me every chance they get and they treat me as if they could care less about me. If they kick me out or I choose to leave is there a lot they can do? I can wait until I'm 17 but once again I'm bothered with the question of what they could do legally. I need answers ASAP
The legal consequences of a 17 year old moving out their parents even with parental consent is the parent is still the legal guardian of that child. The parent will be responsible, legally, for the child until the age of 18.
Yes, a minor cannot move out without parental permission. The key here is the age of majority, which is normally 18. Until they are an adult, the parents are responsible for them.
I guess it really depends on where you live, in Canada your parents can't legally stop you from moving out but I think they can in the States, not so sure on the one. But I know for sure that you can move out at sixteen in Canada.
Yes, you can get in trouble for moving out at the age of 17. You must have your parents permission before you move out.
Unless you have parental permission you will need to be legally emancipated. This is a difficult process unless you have their permission. In some states you can get emancipated through marriage or joining the military, but again, you usually need your parents' permission.
Legally speaking, the parents of a 14 year old are responsible for that child's welfare. If the parents don't object to her moving in with an older sister or an aunt or something, then there's no problem.If, however, the parents do object, then she can't do so; or at least, she can't do so without a court order.
You can move out of your parents' house if you get their permission to do so. Because you are still a minor, you will still require your parents' support even after moving out. Anyone under 18 cannot accrue credit in their own name, making it nearly impossible to find housing.
Since neither of you is legally able to sign a contract it is going to be very difficult. Will her parents sign a lease agreement? If not, she's sort of stuck staying with her folks.