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 ...
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 ...
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this out of date thread is closed, since apparently there are a lot of people out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.
And don't forget to find out how to make a difference on these issues. ... In the
eyes of the law, teenagers of certain ages cannot consent or agree to sex until
May 7, 2016 ... Law Firms ... Louisiana is one of nine states where 17-year-olds are treated as
adults ... NO SALES; TV OUT; NO FORNS; LOUISIANA BUSINESS INC. ... district
attorneys would still be able to move serious cases into adult ...
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
Question - Is it legal to move out at the age of 17 in Louisiana - JK. Find the
answer to this and other Family Law questions on JustAnswer.
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
Jan 25, 2012 ... Are they allowed, by law, to move out of their parent's house and move ... A child
can move out at the age of 17, if they have a safe place to go ...
Apr 1, 2014 ... Louisiana's age of consent laws are more complicated than the laws of most
other states. There's no fee to ... Speeding and Moving Violations