In the state of Illinois how old do you have to be to move out of your parents house legally without parents permission if you are pregnant?
Becoming pregnant or having a child usually automatically
emancipates a child. You can call your local clerk of the court at
your courthouse to find specific state law. You should be aware,
though, that it costs about $20,000 a year to live decently, and
that's just above the poverty level. A minimum wage job pays about
$8,000 after taxes. That doesn't take into account a child. It's
estimated that with education costs, it takes nearly $180,000 to
raise a child to the age of 18. You may want to consider what
shelter and support you now have and use it to your benefit.