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.
A 17-year-old is legally permitted to move out of his home in the state of Michigan
. However, this is only legal because of a loophole in Michigan law, according to
... However, parents are required to support children until they reach age 18.
The age of majority in Michigan is 18. ... modifies or terminates the obligation via
a petition for emancipation, or the minor is emancipated by operation of law.
I was told at age of 17 that they are considered an adult and they can move ouy ...
Michigan law allows you to go to court for an order on a wayward child only if ...
Jun 10, 2016 ... There is a gap from age 17 to age 18 in the law. ... First, some brief attention
needs to be given to Michigan law governing the obligation of ...
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 .... her out why
did she move out while I was gone without so much as a note.
Sep 7, 2011 ... That seems to be Michigan law, at least according to Reardon v. ... the
autonomous right to leave their parents' home at the age of seventeen. ... power
in the Jerusalem Passport case · Move to the Washington Post Site · The ...
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
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.
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.