Sep 9, 2012 ... Generally speaking, someone under the age of 18 is a minor, so if you do leave
... In the state of Michigan, at 17 you can legally move out.
The age of majority in Michigan is 18. ... An emancipation occurs by operation of
law when a minor is validly married; when he/she reaches age 18; ... versus
putting the move in terms of anything permanent like moving out or running away.
Jun 18, 2013 ... Now, I live in the state of Michigan which is one if those weird states that has
some weird laws about what age you can move out. I already ...
They say Michigan law does give parents the legal responsibilities but because
according to juvenile law that at the age of 17 these kids can be ... same problem
with my 17 year old daughter she moved out the day after her ...
17-Year-Olds Moving Out in MI Generally speaking, a 17-year-old can leave
home in Michigan. ... The legal age of majority is 18, but the Juvenile Code
defines an "adult" as being anyone who is the age of ... But, it is definitely legal to
move out of your parents home in the state of MI at 17, with or without parental
According to Michigan's Age of Majority Act of 1971, 18 years of age is when a
person is considered an adult and no longer under the supervision or control of ...
Jun 10, 2011 ... Moving out at the age of 17 in Michigan. Discussion in ... Just to make sure it's
clear, the legal age to move out without permission is 18. Not 17.
Chart providing details of Michigan Legal Ages Laws.
Michigan Child Custody Laws & Moving Restrictions. by Cindy Chung, Demand
Media. Michigan law often requires court approval for child relocation.
This toolkit tells you about emancipation of a minor child. Emancipation is
releasing a minor from the care and control of the minor's parents.