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Well what if your folks are not together any more can you still move out at 17 to go live with your other parent?

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2009-07-30 01:20:34
2009-07-30 01:20:34

It can depend on what state you live in, and it can depend on the wording of the court order that awarded you custody to the custodial parent.

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