The answer is yes. Legally, at 17 you may move out of your parents house in Wisconsin. (at the age of 17 with the requirements of having a place to go and a means of support being met.)
Not without an emancipation.
You can get emacipated
With their permission or if you are married.
legally, 18 years of age
Not until they are 18 years of age. Until then the parents determine where you live.
You would need a legal declaration of emancipation to do this.
In Wisconsin you have to be 18, even if you have parents consent you still can't get it cause it is child endangerment... The only way you can get it is if you know a tattoo artist and they can come to your house and do it. In Wisconsin you have to be 18, even if you have parents consent you still can't get it cause it is child endangerment... The only way you can get it is if you know a tattoo artist and they can come to your house and do it.
yes ! you're 18!
Yeah! It's just like any other state!
The average price for a house/condo in Wisconsin is about $152,600
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legally the law is you can move out at 16 withg your parents consent
Yes, if the parents give their permission to do so. Otherwise she will have to wait until she is 18.
Under the current laws in the US, yes. There is no requirement for the parents to cover you, but they can until you turn 27.
Depends on how your parents feel about it. And hers. If your parents fight it, you might have to look into emancipation but you have to meet specific requirements if you decide to go that way.
According to the US Census, there are 670,459 residents for each Wisconsin house seat.
its The blood house! its awesome!!
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.
Based on the 2010 Census, there are 8 members of the U.S. House of Representatives from Wisconsin.
You should be able to get a license. Check for the requirements at your local court house. The parents may have to appear in person.
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