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Is it legal for a 17 year old female to move out of parents if engaged and supported by fiance in Missouri?

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Answered 2011-09-25 04:49:44

No. But you can move out when you turn 18.

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

An engaged female is a fiancée, or fiancee.An engaged male is a fiancé.

In Missouri, a child can leave home at the age of 17, and parents have no recourse. However, the parents are still legally responsible for the child until the child attains the age of 18.

Only if you have permission from your parents, gender does not play a part. Otherwise, you will have to wait until you are an adult.

engaged female is a fiancée engaged male is a fiancé

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Not without her parents giving legal custody to an acceptable caregiver adult. In most cases when a minor moves into a relative's home with the permission of his or her parents authorities will not intervene. Missouri does not have emancipation status.

fiancé fiancée is the female equivalent

The female is referred to as the "fiancée" when engaged to be married.

they supported female members

enaged to be married (describing a male) = me'orás (מאורס) engaed to be married (describing a female) = me'oréset (מאורסת) engaged with a task (describing a male) = asuk (עסוק) engaged with a task (describing a female) = asuká (עסוקה)

There is no emancipation statute in the state of Missouri.

The parents of a mule is a male donkey and a female horse. The parents of a hinny are a male horse and female donkey, so just the opposite.

The noun fiance is a word for a male who is engaged to be married.The noun fiancee is a word for a female who is engaged to be married.

a female can move out at the age of 17 in the state of missouri. The female can leave the day she turns 17 or any time after coming of age. The female's parent cant say anything to the young adult.

A male who is engaged to be married is referred to as the "fiancé" of the prospective bride.A female who is engaged to be married is referred to as the "fiancée" of the prospective groom.

'Se fiancer' is french for getting engaged, 'Une fiancée' is your fiancé (female word for it) 'un fiancé' is the male version of a fiancé

Male fiancé, female fiancée - though fiancé is often used for both sexes in English.

In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female.The noun 'warrior' is a common gender noun, a word for a male or a female engaged or experienced in warfare; a male or a female engaged in some struggle or conflict; a word for a person.

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.

A fiancée is the female equivalent of the Groom. It is someone engaged but not yet married.

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