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What is the legal age a girl can move out of her parents house?

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The legal age to move out without parental permission is 18 in Texas.


Legal age to move out without parental permission is 18 in Texas.


The legal age of a child leaving their home in Texas is 18. Under the age of 18 is considered a minor.


Legal age in Texas to move out 17 as long as you are still enrolled in school . If not in school you must be 18.


If you are 18, you are a legal adult. You can move where you want.



There are legal ways that you can, such as emancipation, which means you will no longer be able to be supported by your parents/gardian, consult an attorney for more legal advise and to figure out if that is in your best interest.


The legal age of majority in Texas is 18. As to the issue of "legal trouble" that would depend upon what action the parent chose to take and the circumstances pertaining to why the minor moved from the home.


Unlikely that any such action would be legal or ethical and an attorney should be consulted.


In Texas, a 17 year old can move out of her parents' home legally. However, she cannot move in with an 18 year old boy because the legal age of consent, in Texas, is 18 for women. To move in with him would risk a charge of statutory rape.


yes if your in Texas that i know of because you are a legal adult James


The age of majority is when you are considered an adult. In Texas that will be when you turn 18.


no as after 17 you are legal to move out but this also depends on how old the man is. though this is in the UK not Texas,



I doubt it. You should check with an attorney, or with the child protection devision in your state. You could try the state's office of the Attorney General.


You should consult with an attorney or with an advocate at the court. The court has jurisdiction over the child. You may need a court order allowing the move. You would need evidence of legal guardianship to use in the other state.You should consult with an attorney or with an advocate at the court. The court has jurisdiction over the child. You may need a court order allowing the move. You would need evidence of legal guardianship to use in the other state.You should consult with an attorney or with an advocate at the court. The court has jurisdiction over the child. You may need a court order allowing the move. You would need evidence of legal guardianship to use in the other state.You should consult with an attorney or with an advocate at the court. The court has jurisdiction over the child. You may need a court order allowing the move. You would need evidence of legal guardianship to use in the other state.


No, the legal U.S. age is 18. Sorry. Best of luck!


Yes, you are legally able to move out of the house when you are 16 years of age.



No. You are minor until you are 18. You can move at 18. A person under 18 can not sign contracts. These are often required to rent an apartment or to get a car.


the legal age to move out is 19


I am pretty sure you have to be 18 unless your parents give you legal permission.


Yes. At 18, she's a legal adult and has the right to determine where she lives.


Not without parental permission. You being a diabetic is irrelevant. It is still legal age, 18, that applies.


the legal in the state of Texas is 17 years old and have to be able to care for yourself.