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    Question: I am 17 and I live with my mom and dad but I hate it here. They never help me or any of my sisters they are lazy. I mean I hate it here. I have a place I could go and live but I don't think my parents would let me move out and live with someone else. Is there any way to get around that? I don't want to get them in trouble I just HATE it here. Thanks!

    Answer: Most adolescents hate living with their parents. Unfortunately, just because you hate it there doesn't mean you get to leave. There are laws recently passed on emancipation. Check the lawforkids section on this topic.

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    On 05/04/09
    Cody from OH said:
    Im 17 years old and my dad has full costudy i want to move in with my mom so bad, he is such a phyco. He messes with my mind all i want to do is get away from him and his new family, what do i do?
    On 11/18/08
    david from AZ said:
    okay, so i wear these wristbands, that I bought with MY money, but my dad took them away and won't let me wear them, same with a pair of pants that i owned. is this enough to be able to be emancipated or at least any way that i am allowed to have them back through the court system or something like that?
    On 04/22/08
    kaley from Othr said:
    i hate livin with my mum i want to go and live with my dad but my mum wont call him
    On 02/29/08
    Danni from NC said:
    i am 17. i live with my mom and she has full custody. She wont let me move in with my dad. can she stop me from leaving?
    On 06/07/07
    july from NC said:
    My mother told me i could leave and live on my own with my fiance, now after beinng on my own two months, she has given custody to my father,who I only have seen in the summers since i was a kid, he lives across the united states in portland oregon, and he wants to take me. how do I stay here. I have my GED and have attended one semester in community college. is there any way for me to stay here ?
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