If you're asking for yourself, you need to consider several options. First, are you 18, or a legal adult? Until you're 18, you won't be able to legally enter into a binding contract such as a lease, car payment or utilities contract, which makes it hard to find a place to live. Secondly, do you make at least $18,000 a year? Living on your own requires rent payment, as well as monthly payments for transportation, food, utlities, laundry, phone and general upkeep, as well as a cushion for unexpected expenses. Lastly, why is it you're considering moving out? If it's to be independent and mature, then it might the the right option. If it's to avoid trouble in your home, running from it may not be your best decision. Ask other young people who've been out on their own what they'r experience has been like and then look to yourself to see whether you think it would be a liberating or trying experience. Hello - The choice is completely yours sweetheart but you need to consider your babys welfare and the babys social interactions and everything else that comes with baby development. Living at home can be a god send because you will have your family there to support you, a comfortable home and accomodation, possibly low rent or rent free (if your lucky enough to get away with it lol) and your family may offer to babysit when you need them to, be there on hand for advice (they've been there before with you and siblings)and teach you everything you need to know to bring up a happy and healthy child. Good luck to you and all the best. :o)
When you reach the age of majority, 18 in Minnesota. Until then, you live where your parents say you should live.
it depends on where you live, where you are moving to, and how old you are
If you are emancipated, it's up to your parents as to whether you have to move out of the house or not. If your parents do not want you to continue to live with them, they can get an eviction notice to force you to move. However, in order for a court to approve emancipation, you have to prove to the court that you are self-supportive and that you have a place of your own to live.
The age should be 18 because at that age they get to move out of there parents house and get to live wherever they like
Travis doesn't live in his parents' house and hasn't for a very long time.
No. Your parents are legally responsible for you.
If their parents allow them to. Until they reach the age of majority, the parents are responsible for the minor, including deciding where they should live.
If your parents give permission, yes. If not, no.
You mean parents right? Of course you can but why would you want to? Are your parents abusive? It doesn't matter but if they are you should always talk to somebody
As long as you are a minor your parents will decide where you live. So if you when you are of legal age want to move to the other parent and they are willing, then you can move. In Idaho it's at 18yo.
Tell them that you hate living in that house???!!!
a boy should be at least 18 before he can move out.
As long as the parents consent. Otherwise they will be returned to the parents.
You are not an adult in Michigan at age 17. Until you reach 18, you live where your parents allow you to live.
You can move out of your parents house at 18 in any state.
16, minimum. 18, honestly, should be the time you move out IF you want to move out.
A 15-year-old is a minor and is under the control and authority of their parents. That means your parents have the right to decide where you live.
a pregnant 16 year old can move out of her parents home if she is legal to give consent and live with her baby's father.
Until you are 18, you're parents are in charge of you. And that includes telling you where to live.
Your parents can allow you to live anywhere that is safe.
Only if the parents agreed on this. They are the ones deciding where you live until you are 18.
Yes, she can if she has a job and a goodreason to move out so soon at a young age
You have to be 18 to legally move out of your parents house. However, your parents can sign a form that says that you can leave legally.