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Answered 2009-02-08 15:29:45

The legal age of consent in Missouri is 17 - so I would say you can move out whenever you want to.

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No, the parents would have to give consent or the minor female would need to obtain the consent of the court before a marriage license would be issued.



No. There are only a few things that a child can do without parents' consent, and moving in with a boyfriend is not one of them.


Parental consent is not a factor. The fact that both are over the age of consent would mean no laws were broken.


It depends on what state you in. In most states the age to marry with parents consent is 18-19. To marry without parental consent is 16-17. Any younger than that is illegal. Excluding the following with their age to marry without consent: Hawaii: 15 Massachusetts: Male-14 Female-12 Missouri: 15 New Hampshire: Male-14 Female-13


No, pregnancy does not grant emancipation rights to a minor female regardless of her state of residency.


Legally she cannot leave home. Until she turns 18, her parents are responsible for her and decide where she can live.


No she cannot. One must be at least 18 to get married without parental consent. It may be possible to get a court order.


Yes, in Ontario at least. 16 with parental consent, 18 without. yes


{| |- | There are no laws about dating ages. In Missouri the legal age of sexual consent is 17, so there could be problems. It isn't a good idea, the difference in ages would indicate that the older one only has one thing in mind. |}


No. And the boyfriend's parents could very well find themselves facing criminal charges for taking her in.




No, you can not legally get married at age 17 unless both of your parents and both of your partner's parents have given permission.


Probably not much would happen. However, they could be returned to their parents home.



Firstly both of you are minors , so no state will allow you to get married even if all the four parents give you both written permission.




Though you do have to be 21 to marry in Mississippi without consent, you may get married at 15 if you are a female with the consent of ONE parent. Mississippi is one of the few states that doesn't require the permission of both parents.


In many states, she wouldn't be legally allowed to do this. In Michigan however, a 17 year old can legally move out of their parents house at the age of 17 without their consent.


There is no state that will allow someone under the age of 18 to marry without parental consent/court approval/special circumstances.


No i don't think they should. I think she is too young for him and even tho she is pregnant she should just stay at home with her parents


Missouri state law requires parental consent for anyone under the age of 18 to marry. If both parties are 17, both would need consent.


Not unless the parent who is in favor of the marriage has sole and complete custody of the minor female. If the aforementioned does not apply, both parents must give their signed consent for their daughter to marry. Not unless the parent who is in favor of the marriage has sole and complete custody of the minor female. If the aforementioned does not apply, both parents must give their signed consent for their daughter to marry.



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