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Yes. * It depends on what is meant by "trouble". If authorities were involved and the minor is on probation and/or released conditionally to the custodian parent the minor may not change living residences or move from the state without the permission of the juvenile court.

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Q: In Kentucky if a 17-year-old gets into trouble can her mother send her back to Illinois to live with her father whom has no legal rights?
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