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2014-10-06 22:36:22
2014-10-06 22:36:22

In the state of Oregon, a teen must be 18 years of age before they can move out. The teen will need to be emancipated to move out before they are 18 years of age.


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You have to be an adult to do so. In Oregon, that is 18 years old.

18, unless you get imansepated.

A teen may move out of their parents house at 18 without their parents permission, unless the teen is married (which requires an age minimum of 16 with parent's approval).

anytime, its totally up to the teen, youd have to have a court hearing

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No, the age of 16 is a long way from being 18. Until they are 18 in the state of Oregon, the parents continue to be responsible and make the decisions.

what is the legal age to move out of your parents home without them stoppin you?

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The age is 18 and ability to procreate doesn't change it.

Yes, they can. You are considered an adult at the age of 18.

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I assume you mean fifteen... No, you can't do that. That's not the purpose of emancipation.

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In the state of Georgia, the legal age to move out of your parents home is 18. There are a few exceptions such as parental abuse, emancipation, the teen joined the military, or they became pregnant and got married.

In the state of Oregon, you must be at least 16 to get a Drivers License.

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