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    Default Legal Ways I Can Move Out At 16

    My question involves guardianship in the State of: Myself.

    I'm 16 and would like to move in with my boyfriend who is in the Army, I live with my mother who is an very poor alcoholic. My Father who has custody of me has a wife who I cannot get along with. Is there any legal ways in which I can move out without having to get permission?




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    I'm currently 16 and live in the state of Florida. I live with my single-mother but she is an alcoholic. There is rarely food in my home and the basic needs in life are rarely there. I tried living with my father who has custody of me but I couldn't get along with him and his wife. I haven't ever really had anything to do with him. He is also against giving my mother any payment to help her with me, because his wife doesn't like me or my mom. I would like to move in with my 18 year old boyfriend who is in the Army. What legal ways can I move out without getting permission. My step mother would talk my dad out of it.

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    Default Re: Legal Ways I Can Move Out At 16

    As with your question about marriage, the answer is "No".

    Until you are 18, the legal age of majority, you are under your parents' "care and control".

    No permission, no move.
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    Default Re: Legal Ways I Can Move Out At 16

    Is there any legal ways in which I can move out without having to get permission?

    No. And it's ARE there any legal ways. Stay in school, kid.

    What legal ways can I move out without getting permission.

    None.

    I hope that is clear.

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