"OCGA 19-7-1. (a) Until he reaches the age of majority, the child shall remain under the control of his parents, who are entitled to his services and the proceeds of his labor. In the event that a court has awarded custody of the child to one parent, only the parent who has custody of the child is entitled to his services and the proceeds of his labor.
OCGA 19-7-2. It is the joint and several duty of each parent to provide for the maintenance, protection, and education of his or her child until the child reaches the age of majority, dies, marries, or becomes emancipated, whichever first occurs, except as otherwise authorized and ordered pursuant to subsection (e) of Code Section 19-6-15 and except to the extent that the duty of the parents is otherwise or further defined by court order."
Therefore, you must be eighteen years old to leave home and be absolutely sure nothing can be done. Parents may seek out a court order to return any of their children under the age of eighteen, assuming they have custody, to their home. However, many people under the age of eighteen have left their homes before, simply because their parents did not seek out such extensive assistance. Those I know who moved out between the ages of 16-17 had the police request they come back home, but did nothing about it, since they were in safe enviroments and the parents had not filed for a court order.
To prevent being forced home under the age of eighteen, you can seek emancipation, in which case you must convince a judge that there is good legal reason for you to be able to leave your home. If you become pregnant, you can marry without parental consent and after the marriage, you are considered emancipated.
No, the state's age of legal majority is 18. no you can move out at 17 though
The age of majority, which is 18 in Georgia. Until then the parents are responsible.
In Georgia the age of majority is 18.
the legal age to move out is 19
I'm pretty sure you have to be 18 to move out. That is the legal age (to be considered an adult). 16- minor
The legal age of majority for Georgia is 18.
In the state of Georgia, the legal age to move out of your parents home is 18. There are a few exceptions such as parental abuse, emancipation, the teen joined the military, or they became pregnant and got married.
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The legal age for moving out of your parents/guardians home is 18 years of age. Georgia does not have an emancipation statute.
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If you mean the age of majority (the age at which you are a legal adult), it's 18.
In the state of Georgia, the legal age to be "home alone" is 19.
If you are not a felon, then the legal age is 21.
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i think the legal age to move out should be 18
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The legal age of majority in Georgia is 18. One must be 18 to enter into a legal and binding contract.
The legal age to purchase tobacco in Georgia is 19 years old. It is against the law to sell to anyone under this age.
The legal age of majority for the state of Georgia is 18. The state does not have grounds nor procedure for the emancipation of a minor.
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