That depends on what you mean by "right." If you're 18, you're an adult. If you think you can behave like one and support yourself and believe you're ready to live responsibly and independently, then there's nothing wrong with finding your own place, or sharing one with a roommate. However, many people still look disapprovingly upon people "cohabitating" or living together outside of marriage. Many consider "fornication" -- that is, having sexual relations with someone other than one's spouse -- to be immoral, even sinful. I suspect you don't share those beliefs. If you don't, there's little wrong with what you are proposing.
At age 18 or 19. Bonye
18 is the age of majority. With parental permission you can move in earlier, but must be over the age of consent.
The legal age of majority in Florida is eighteen (18).
They don't have the right to deny you your right to move out. Simple as that. At age 18 you are your own parent legally
Legal age in Oklahoma is 18 unless you get permition or emancipation.
If you are within 5 months of turning 18 you can move out and your parnets can't do nothing about it.
You should move in with your boyfriend when you feel your ready to.
Parents have the right to make a child move out after he attains 18 years of age.
If you are ready.
he's right. 18.
A boy under the age of 18 has to live with a guardian or custodial parent. An ex-boyfriend is not likely to get custody.
No. Because it's statutory rape no matter which person is under age.
im legal guardian of my niece and she will be 18 yrs old and she is pregnate and is going to move out in a few weeks with her 17 yr old boyfriend and his family. does she have this right to move. they also have a Mexican living there and he is illegal.
You can not move unless you have parental permission or turn 18. The age of consent is 16 so you are allowed to give consent for sex if you move.
You can not move out before 18 without parental consent and you can not legally have sex with your boyfriend until you are 17, which is the age of consent in NYC.
yes! you're in the right age..
With the exception of four states the legal age of majority is 18; in Alabama and Nebraska it is 19 and in Mississippi and Pennsylvania it is 21.
If your sons father aka your boyfriend/husband or exboyfriend/exhusband is 18 or older, go for it if not... change your birth certificate.
It depends on your age. Under 18 years old, sorry, the answer is no. After you go to college and you are 18, then you have the right.
You can not move anywhere without parental consent until you are 18. Whether you can have sex or not with your boyfriend depends on the laws where you live and since you are below age of consent there better be close in age exemptions or he is guilty of statutory rape. Your parents can not give consent to that, only the law applies.
No, the age of majority and the age of consent for the state is 18. That being the case, the minor female could not legally move in with the adult male whether or not her parents consented to the act.
you can move out when you 18
you should have a boyfriend when you are 18 and above. you can make the right decisions.