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 his parents. The Mich...
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.
Based on legal information I recently obtained in regards to moving away from
home in Michigan at age 17 I believe it is permitted but I am ...
Chart providing details of Michigan Legal Ages Laws.
When parents share custody rights, a parent may be able to move without legal
restrictions if the move would shorten the distance between the two parents' ...
Legal Help for Juvenile Law - Moving Out at 17 in Michigan. ... Regardless of
what you heard, the legal age of majority in Michigan is 18. At 17 ...
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; during active ...
Wow, this is really interesting how Michigan laws treat 17-year-old runaways. ... A
problem for the parents is that under MCL 722.3, until the individual is age 18, ...
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.
Sep 7, 2011 ... That seems to be Michigan law, at least according to Reardon v. ... In Michigan,
the age of majority is eighteen. Mich. Comp. Laws § 722.52. ... power in the
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