We continue with our series on runaway laws by state with the southern states ....
Louisiana Age of a minor: In Louisiana, this is defined as any person under 18 ...
Child emancipation laws in Louisiana are covered under the Louisiana Code of
Civil ... What is the legal age required to move out of your parents' home?
The legal age of majority in Louisiana is 18, so a 17-year-old child would not be
able to independently move out. Children over 18 can still receive child support ...
With a thriving Mardi Gras culture and 24-hour partying in the French Quarter, it is
important to know the legal age requirements in a state like Louisiana. When it ...
The legal rights of a 17-year-old in Louisiana can vary depending on whether ...
protect his rights is still through judicial emancipation, which can begin at age 16.
... “Intention to Employ” forms need to be filled out by all parties involved (minor, ...
If you leave at 17, they cannot legally bring you home. They might tell you ... But
this out of date thread is closed, since apparently there are a lot of people out
there with reading comprehension issues. .... moving out at age 17.
Can i legally move out of my parents house without their consent at 17? ... and
seen that 18 is age of majority in Louisiana but 17 is age of license to move out?
If a teen chooses to move out of his parents' house when he reaches the age of
majority, he will be legally responsible for his support and maintenance. If a teen
The age of majority is 18. At 17 you will need your parents' permission, or legal
emancipation. Emancipation is apparently an easier process in Louisiana than in
I live in Lafayette, Louisiana. I am 17 years old and I was told that the age of
consent is 17. ... told that at 17, you can legally move out of your parents home
without there permission but they still are responsible for you, then I..