Can I Move Out at Age 17 in Missouri?

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In Missouri, the age of legality is 18 years old, not 17, and you are under your parent(s)'s care and control until you have reached that age. There are ways to be emancipated by following state laws, but you must have valid reasoning to do so. 
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