Can a 16-year-old move into the home of a relative without parental consent?

Answer No. Until they reach the age of majority, usually 18, they are the responsibility of the parent and the parent determines where the child lives.

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Could a fifteen year old move out of the family home without parental consent and live with another family or alone?

No. Until the reach the age of majority, usually 18, they live where their parents want them to live. The other family could get into trouble for allowing her to live there without parental permiss... Read More »

Can a 16-year-old move in with their grandparents without parental consent?

Answer Not unless there is a court order allowing the action. Answer I do not think so, yet you can consider yourself emancipated, which means you get along in life on your own. You probably want... Read More »

If a 16-year-old male is being mentally abused by his parents can he move in with an 18-year-old female without parental consent?

Answer It all depends on the state the 16 year old lives in, there are many states where he wouldn't need his parents consent. Check the laws in your state. The department of families and children ... Read More »

Can a pregnant 14-year-old in Kentucky move out without parental consent?

AnswerNO, a you have to be 18 when your parents are not responcible for you any more, unless there is a school for pregnant girls in Wisconsin. AnswerActually I've found at 17 you may move out. At... Read More »