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  • Laws for moving out in GA Georgia

    Very simple question, What are the laws for Moving out in GA now days? (Age/Circumstances/etc).

    My co-worker has a daughter who is 17 and wanting to move out to a friends house, However he is not entirely sure if she should or not. No he is not dictating that she can not do so, However he wants to know in the event she does do so (without consent) what are the routes he can go about getting her back.

    Furthermore, What exactly do they do to 17 year old girls/boys when they do such as this? I've heard numerous things such as they will not force the child back to the home if they are in no danger/etc. I have also heard they will take the child back as soon as they find them, Point blank i need to know what they will do given the circumstances (The child being 17) and/if she can actually do it and get away with it. I've also heard that the parents has to go through the courts in order to file a petition to get the child forcibly brought back to the house-hold, I'm not entirely sure what the GA laws for this now days are so any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

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    OP started a new thread under emancipation law today since they received no
    reply here yet.

    Please post any replies under new thread - thanks. (Just to be sure we don't
    end up with 2 threads getting replies.)

    new thread: http://www.laborlawtalk.com/showthread.php?t=278328.
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