With your parents permission.
18, or 16 with emancipation.
If they have the permission of their parents or guardians. The parents are responsible for the child. They can decide where the child lives.
Not without parents permission or emancipation by the court.
18 or when they give you permission.
No. Pregnancy does not confer emancipation.
If you have the permission of the parents, you certainly can. Without their permission, you have a problem. They are responsible for you and get to decide where you live.
18 is the age of emancipation in most states.
Any age, as long as they have permission of the parents. And Minnesota does not have an emancipation statute. They either get permission or wait until they are 18.
You cannot until you are eighteen. You can request emancipation.
You can, but only if you are at the emancipation age required by your particular state.
If you have parents permission, you don't have emancipation cause. Emancipation means being freed from bondage or imprisonment - with permissions being given, one is certainly not being held against their will. The other view possibly here is that the parents do not want to accept responsibility for your being once you leave their home.
No, you have to be 18 to move out without your parents permission unless you seek emancipation but you have to be 16 for that.
If they have parental permission. The parents are responsible for the child. They can decide where the child lives.
With her parents' permission, certainly. Without her parents' permission she can apply to the court for emancipation and, if granted, then be able to move out.
A minor can not legally decide where to live without parental permission or emancipation from the court.
A child under the age of 18 cannot move out their parents house without either permission or emancipation. If the child moves, law enforcement officers would bring the child back home.
A court may grant emancipation without the parents' consent. However, the court will listen to the input of the parents.
Emancipation means the child is considered legally an adult. Yes.
You can if you have permission. Otherwise the parents remain responsible for you and where you live.
Technically, you will need emancipation. Or you can always move out if your parents give you permission. Until you reach the age of majority, your parents make the rules.
She can not get married without parents or the courts permission.
The age at which an individual may leave their parents home without requiring their parents permission is known as the "age of emancipation." The age of emancipation varies between countries, and in the US varies between states. In most US states, the age of emancipation is 18.
Without parental permission, your parents can request that the police return you to their care. You can go through a process of legal emancipation, but it is difficult without parental consent.
The parents are responsible until the kid is 18 unless the child gets emancipation.