Yes, in Ohio a 17 year old with a child can move out. Most places do recognize a 17 year with a child as an adult.
Anyone can move out of Ohio if they are of age. A 17 year old can't move out of state unless they have their parents permission.
In most places an 18 year old is an adult and can choose to move out if they wish.
The law say until they are an adult, the parents are responsible. That would be 18 years old.
Only if she has parental permission or she
A 16 year old teenager can not legally move out on their own. In the state of Ohio, they are considered a minor.
not without permission
Only with parental consent or emancipation.
A minor can only move out with parental consent or emancipation and having a child does not emancipate you.
Yes, you can charge your 18 year old child rent, and if your child doesn't wish to pay, he or she is free to move out and live elsewhere.
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