Tough. The best thing for you to do is go to court and get yourself emancipated. Being just 16, you really need to think of your baby. Where will you live, how will you get money for the Dr., medicine, food, diapers, wipes, shampoo, soap, baby food, formula, let alone household bills (water, electric, gas, phone). I'm sure Mom and Dad help you out a lot with the baby. You will have to get a job, and who will babysit? Can you trust the babysitter? What happens if you still leave, and your parents declare you a runaway, then you are charged with child endagerment, and have your baby taken away from you? Just hang in there and finish school. If it's your parents that are influencing your decision, just stick it out, the older you get, the more you will like and appreciate them. As long as they are not hurting you physically or in any other way, stay put. When it comes down to it, they are all you have to fall back on.
no you need to be 18 to live home without parents permission
No, but you can leave home at 18 without needing your parents permission.
Not as long as you are a minor.
The parents are still responsible for them. Without their permission they will have to wait until they are 18 in Texas.
18 without parental permission.
Without parental consent, 19yo.
It depends how old you are.
Not without parental permission. The pregnancy only emancipates you regarding the baby. Your parents still decide over you.
Not without parental permission.
A 14 year old certainly cannot move out. Without permission or a court order, they are stuck at home.
No, you cannot legally move out of your parents home without their permission. Once you turn 18 years old, you can move out without their permission.
Yes, you can.
The parents are still responsible for her. Without their permission she will have to wait until she is 18 in Vermont.
Not normally you have to be 18 or older to leave home without your parent/parents permission.
No, they cannot move without permission in Ohio. Either the parents have to consent or there is a court order.
all depends on what state you live in In every state a 17-year-old is a minor. If you leave home without parental permission then your parents can, and probably will, report you as a runaway.
When you're 18 you can move out yes. But your parents don't have to help you financially.
With her parents' permission, certainly. Without her parents' permission she can apply to the court for emancipation and, if granted, then be able to move out.
Not without their permission in California. Until they reach 18 the parents are responsible for him.