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I am 17, going to be 18 in October. I have read so many articles and discussions about GA law on the legal age to move out. GA law requires a minor to be 18 until they can legally move out. Other discussions between parents and teenagers my age say that at 17, a minor can move out and still return home until they turn 18. I make and manage my own money. Im just very restricted under my parent's rule.I've seen posts by parents of a minor that said the cops told them "Under the laws in Georgia, a child is considered an adult in the eyes of the law at 17. The child can move out of their own free will but can not be kicked out until they are 18." The cops also told her that they were limited to making sure that the minor was not harmed, abused, was mentally stable and capable, and that they had moved out on their own free will and not because they were in danger.
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