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Can I legally move out at age 17 in Texas? | Reference.com

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It is not legal to move out at the age of 17 in Texas, unless one has been emancipated by the courts. In the State of Texas, the "age of majority" is 18 years old, ...

Can I Move Out at 17? - Southwest U.S. Runaway Laws | National ...

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Oklahoma Age of a minor: In Oklahoma, a minor is defined as any unmarried ... Runaway status: According to Texas law, there is no specific classification for ...

Leaving home at 17 in Texas - National Runaway Safeline Forum

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I've heard places you can be 17 in Texas and leave without parent ... Thank you for reaching out to us at the National Runaway Switchboard. ... recognize 18 as the age of majority (and legal age to leave home.) ... We moved due to jobs but my parents almost refuse to let me go visit her dad and his family.

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5 days ago ... If you have a library account in good standing, you can check out an OverDrive ... This chapter defines the legal age of majority in Texas.

Texas Moving out at 17. - Labor Law Talk

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I know it is legal to move out when 17, and after 24 hours if you leave ... Third, there is a process for becoming a legal adult at the age of 17.

Texas Legal Ages Laws - FindLaw

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Overview of Texas Legal Age Laws. Texas, as do many other states, recognizes 18 as the "age of majority," at which point residents are legally considered ...

Is it legal to move out at 17 in Texas without consent? - Quora

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No, at the age of 17, a Texas resident cannot legally move out without parental consent, unless ...

Can I move out at 17 in the state of Texas with - Q&A - Avvo

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Can I move out at 17 in the state of Texas with my boyfriend. I turn 17 ... You cannot live outside of your parents home without their consent at the age of 17. You can once you turn 18 because you are legally an adult. The only ...

High School Teenagers Moving Out? - Discussion on Topix

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Are they allowed, by law, to move out of their parent's house and move in ... A child can move out at the age of 17, if they have a safe place to go (not ... to the other, but in Texas, they can move out without parental permission.

What is the legal age to move out in Texas? - Quora

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Nov 14, 2015 ... If you mean, at what age can you move out of your parents' house without being a juvenile runaway, that would be the age of majority, which in ...