If your in the US I don't know but in Canada you can go where ever you want when your 14 years old
In reality he/she is too old for you by law but if your parents are ok with it then why not
It is possible for a 17 year old in Virginia to move out legally. It only requires the permission of the parents.
yes it is possible for someone 17 and 7 months to move out with out their parents consent
yes a 19 year old can move out of her parents house with her children
She is not allowed to decide this until she is 18yo. Her parents decide.
a 16 year old can move out of parents house without consent. Yes, with a parents consent only!
In some cases, a 17 year old can move out of their parents home. The minor will need to have a parents permission before moving out.
No a 16 year old can not legally move out of their parents house, even if they have permission. A 16 year old is still considered a minor and would need to be emancipated to legally move.
Up to parents
Minors can only move with their parents consent.
A 16 year old girl can not move out of her parents house to go and live with her 18 year old boyfriend, because she is not of age and she is not grown. DSS can and will step in if the parents allow this young lady to move. If she attemps to run away from home and move in DSS will remove her from the home.
Safe answer would be no to avoid any possible issue with the law. We do not need to see the 20 year old boyfriend ending up in prison and his parents facing legal issues.
of coarse ye!!!! you move in right now!!! gurl!!!
yes you can
No, he/she can not.
As long as she has her parents' permission. Otherwise they need to live where their parents say.
No, it has to be OK with YOUR parents.
no, but you can file for emancipation
No she can not.
Yes, as long as the parents give permission the 17 year old military dependent can move to California.
No, not if the parents of the 16 year old approve of it.
A 16-year-old cannot move out of their parents' house (assuming of course the parents have custody) without parental consent or being emancipated by the court.