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Can a 17 year old move out without parental permission?

Can a 17 year old move out without parental permission?

Can we legally object to this, as she doesn’t have her parents permission, especially as she is dependent on us all (her Mum, Dad and myself), tax credits and child benefit are claimed as she is a full-time student. As you can imagine, we are all distraught.

Can a 17 year old runaway in the UK?

We saw somewhere that as a dependent 17 year old, if she left without permission, she would be classed as a runaway, but as with all google searches, we can’t entirely tell if they’re the law of the UK, even if it was a web address. Thank you for your reply, I appreciate it. Not going to happen. They do not have parental responsibility.

What can I do for my 17 year old daughter?

You can continue to claim and buy things such as clothes and other needs for your daughter to the value of the benefit you get or you could give her the cash and you can still receive the benefits on behalf of her.

Can a 17 year old move out without a parent’s permission?

There is lots of false or misleading information online that leads youth to believe they can move out legally at 17 without a parent’s permission. In general, a youth must be 18 to legally move out without a parent’s permission.

Can a 17 year old girl leave home?

They may be able to provide information on whether a 17-year-old may leave home, and they encourage both parents and youth to contact them with questions.

How old do you have to be to move out of your home?

For most states, the statutory age is 16, but it could be as young as 14. Maturity level. For it to be legal to move out at 17 (or 16 for that matter), the emancipation of a minor, a court must generally confirm the child has enough adult-like maturity to be on his or her own.

How old do you have to be to leave home without permission in Michigan?

While the age of majority in most states, when you can leave home without permission, is 18; we often hear that in Michigan they consider youth adults at the age of 17 which means your parents may not be able to make a runaway report or make you return home if you leave after that age.