What is the youngest age someone in Tennessee can move out from their parents legally?
The legal age of majority for the state is 18. The state does not have grounds nor procedures for the emancipation of a minor. In individual situations pertaining to health issues the court has the power to grant a minor limited emancipation privileges.
Can you get adopted if your parents put you in a house with someone you don't want to live with if someone else will take you without your parents permission in the state of Florida?
Can you legally move out if your going to stay with someone you stust and you know they will support you?
My cousin is 17 and wants to know if she can move out her parents house 3-4 months before her 18th birthday?
No, you are not responsible for their debt. The only person legally responsible for a debt is the person that signed the contract for the debt. It doesn't matter if your dead parents left you money. Collection agencies cannot legally collect someone else's debt from you - but they will try. See the FDCRA to know your rights in debt collection.
Is it weird to date someone that has no relation with you but you live with them and there parents are your legal guardians?
If someone is nineteen years old and giving up their child for adoption does this birth mother's parents have to sign off on this?
Can you move out of your parents house and live with someone else when you turn 17 in the state of Texas?
Depends on how old you are but either way will you need parental permission. If it's far away from your parents someone should have temporary custody at least so they have the right to make medical decisions on your behalf in case something happens. And your friends parents would need to get child support for you from your parents. That is done in court.