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Yes, you are legally able to move out of the house when you are 16 years of age.

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not without your parents permission, but if they do, they should lose custody rights.


Pregnancy does not emancipate a minor in Nevada. Until she is an adult, her parents have the responsibilty to maintain her.


no they cannot. it is against federal law. they must have permission to leave or it's off for 12 mos.


As a minor you can not move anywhere without their or the courts permission.


Without the permission of the parents, file a child in need of care motion in family court. see link


it depends upon what state you live in and how old is the boy, and if the girl's parents give their permission.


No, they cannot move without permission. Either the parents have to consent or there is a court order.


you can move out in less you with somebody over the age 18 but you will not get no were cause you a minor so just work it out with your family and try to came to a understand that you did wrong but don't put you out your family in you got to work threw this thank youAnswerBeing pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a person. You are still a minor and therefore cannot leave home without your parents consent. AnswerI read somewhere:If you are a minor, and pregnant, you have the right to marry the father of the baby and move out, both without parental consent. AnswerNo matter minor or not if you are pregnant you can move out and you can get married without parents permission in most states. AnswerPrevious poster stated: "No matter minor or not if you are pregnant you can move out and you can get married without parents permission in most states." That is incorrect. A minor, even a pregnant one, cannot move out without parental consent or being emancipated. It�s also not true that most states will allow you to marry without parental consent if you�re pregnant. There are a few that will, but it�s *very few*. And, no I�m not telling you which ones they are :)AnswerThe state of Florida will allow you to get married and move out if you pregnant. In Florida a pregnant minor can apply for a marriage license without parental permission, but that doesn't necessarily mean that one will be issued. The county court judge may or may not, at his or her discretion, issue the license, which means they can say 'no'.



No, they cannot move without permission of the guardian. Either the parents have to consent or there is a court order.


No, pregnancy does not emancipate anyone in the US so you will need parental permission.


No, but when the person reaches the age of majority, the parents can legally request they move out of the family home and take responsibility for their own financial support.


Unless the 14 year old has been emancipated, which is every unlikely, the 14 year old is required to do whatever the parents want them to do. If the parents give permission for her to move, then she may do so. However, without her parents' permission, she would be considered a "Runaway", and the police may escort her home and potentially charge her with status offenses.


Generally, unless the minor is in actual physical danger, minors can't move out without the permission of either their parents or legal guardians or a court. Can you petition a court for permission? Sure. Can you just do it on your own? Heck no, and if you try it and your parents feel like being nasty about it they could even get the other family member in trouble.


this 17 year girl lives with another family and planning a cruise going to mexico. can she go without her parents permission



No, in some cases you can and some you can't. Because of the age of not being 18 you may have to stay under your parents roof. Unless if they parent/gaurdian disowns the child or teen.


No. Being pregnant does not give you any additional rights. Mom and Dad are still in charge.


I wanted to do this when I was a senior, but when the school found out that my parents (legal guardians) moved out of the schools jurisdiction, I had to have my host family get a power of attorney so that they could give permission for any decisions regarding me at the school or their activities.




No. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a person. You are still a minor and therefore under the control and authority of your parents.


The simplest way is to be an adult. Once you are an adult you can live where you wish. Until then, the parents get to make the decisions.


Of coarse you can make a family without 2 parents!! All you really need is love :)


Yes. Parents have the option to petition the court to be relieved of their parental obligation if they are unable to control the minor's behavior and/or the minor is creating a hostile or dangerous environment for other family members.



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