If he owns the house, and he is afraid of you, he may be able to obtain an order keeping you away from the house. If your mom owns the house too, then they need to work it out. What is telling is that "you have no where to go, no family, no friends... I have no money...." You are an adult. Since you can't support yourself, you need to conform your behavior to those that are providing for your support. In other words, respect your father, control your temper, and grow up. If you apologize to your father, nothing will happen. If you don't, it will only get worse for you.
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I might speak to a guidance counselor at your school, to the child protective services of your county a trusted adult friend, or to the youth services or social services department of Chenango County about whether there are safe group homes or foster home in your area where you could move if the situation at home is untenable.
Your parents have an obligation to financially support you until you are 21 and you or the Social Services department can file a petition in Family Court to obtain such support, as being kicked out of your home involuntarily when you don't believe you can be self-supporting is probably not "emancipation".
Hopefully you are still in school and can look into going to a school or college in a year or two where being in a possibly abusive home is not an option. As Mr. Gold has also suggested, you can also think about whether whether you are contributing to a bad relationship with your father by behaving in a disrespectful manner or being disobedient of reasonable parental rules (although your mother seems not to share this view). I'm sorry this is so difficult, but there are resources and people out there that can help if you seek it. Best of luck to you.
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I agree with the prior postings, except for the fact that child protective services would lse jurisdiction over the issue when you turned 18. As such, you may file a self-filed petition for child support against your parents, alleging they unjustifiably kicked you out of the house and that you request child support (which can be awarded until you are 21). To assist you with the filing, I suggest that you contact a Chenango Co. Child Support lawyer.
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Tough situation. The problem that you have is that while your mother can try and keep you in the house, your father can try and evict you. The previous poster is correct, if you get out of line and your father claims that he feels threaten by you, he can get an order of protection against you and try to get you out that way. He can even try and have you arrested. Maybe family counseling? I am surprised that you have no friends or family that you can turn to for assistance.