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What can happen if you move out when you are 17 and move by yourself without being emancipated?

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2006-01-04 03:58:48
2006-01-04 03:58:48

Your parents could report you as a runaway, and you could be picked up and returned home.

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{| |- | No, it isn't likely to happen. Only about half the states allow you to get emancipated. Of those most require you to be at least 16 to get emancipated. Being a parent, or being pregnant, has no bearing on your ability to support yourself and your child. |}

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{| |- | No, it isn't likely. Being a parent, or being pregnant, has no bearing on your ability to support yourself and your child. Only about half the states allow you to get emancipated. Of those most require you to be at least 16 to get emancipated. |}

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There isn't a way to become an adult without being emancipated, either through process of law or by getting married.

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I personally think you could if she allows you to. But I'm not so sure about the welfare without being emancipated.

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you need to be 14 to be emancipated. yes it is possible, but you need to make that clear when you state your case, and to the parent you want to 'keep'. 16 to be emancipated from both.

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As far as i know the 2 main factors in being emancipated are having a steady job and a place to live.

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The criteria to get emancipated means being able to provide for yourself, pay your own bills etc. You can't do that without a income.

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There is emancipation statute in Tennessee. And your ability to get pregnant doesn't mean that you can take care of yourself. Having a child does not emancipate you.

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No. You are emancipated when you can prove that you are capable of acting, and being treated as an adult. You need to have all the normal adult things, like income, before it will happen.

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No. If your parents allow it, you can move in with another person. You cannot own property without being emancipated.

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Uh, probably not, but I'm sure that having a baby would apply as a perfect reason to get emancipated, in addition to being able to support yourself and all that.

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18 without being emancipated. Each state has different laws for how to be emancipated and how early it can be done and under what circumstances.

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Eighteen, without parental consent or being otherwise emancipated.

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it depends on what kind of parent the 17 year old has.

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Unless you have your parents permission you have to wait until you are 18.

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No, they cannot. And no judge is going to emancipated two minors so they live together.

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Of course not. You have to pay court costs. And being emancipated isn't free either! If the state you are in allows emancipation, one of the key things to show is that you can support yourself and take care of your needs.

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Yes, she could be emancipated, but if the parents give permission (normally required for emancipation anyway) she can move in without being emancipated.

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Yes, but you cannot own property without being emancipated.

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Children being mistreated are usually put in foster care since just being mistreated says nothing about how well you will take care of yourself once emancipated. It also have to do with your age. The chance to get emancipated is a bit bigger when you are 17.


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