Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out

What are the requirements to move out at 17 in Springfield Massachusetts?

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The easiest is parental permission. Otherwise you can try to get emancipation.

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No, being the age of 17 is not the same as being 18. Until they are 18 in Massachusetts, the parents continue to be responsible and make the decisions.

The legal age of majority for the state is 18. Massachusetts has no formal emancipation laws, but minors are legally independent at age 17 and a half. http://www.masslegalhelp.org/children-and-families/emancipation

Without parental permission not until you are 18.

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.)

July 17 * King Baudouin takes the oath as king of Belgium. * Western New England College in Springfield, Massachusetts is chartered. From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1951

Having parental permission to move out. Until you turn 18, or are emancipated, you remain the responsibility of your parents. They determine where you can live.

If they have parental permission, they can. Without it, they have to wait until they turn 18.

You must have parental permission. Otherwise you will have to live with them until you turn 18.

Being pregnant does not emancipate you. You must be 18 or married.

All of them will allow it with parental or guardian permission. Otherwise you have to meet the age and school requirements for your state.

Im seventeen and i live in massachusetts. I called the police to ask them what the law is on moving out at my age because im goin through a difficult situation and they told me that its illegal for a parent to kick their 17 year old out but they have no control on if their 17 year old decides to leave.

Abraham Lincoln lived in Springfield for 17 years with Mary and their kids.

Real Name: Kurt Vogel RussellBirthday: 03/17/1951Birthplace: Springfield, Massachusetts, USAOccupation: ActorSign: PiscesThat would make him 58 years old

im 17 i live in Massachusetts can i be emancipated if im in dss


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