You are old enough to move out unless there is some reason for your parents or another to have a legal guardianship of your person. Contact the closest women's shelter and seek out the services they provide. If they have a safe-house program, you may be able to find shelter with them until you are able to support yourself. Some of these programs have attorneys on staff. If this is not the case, contact a local attorney to seek guidance as to whether you need to file some form of restraining order.
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I agree with Attorney Wiley...you are old enough to move out unless there is some court order making your parents your guardian. Move in with a friend, go to a shelter, move in with another relative...
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