Age 18, when the child is an adult; however, in practical terms, we’ve probably all known of teenagers who were living at their best friend’s house because they don’t get along with their parents or were living with an aunt, uncle, or other older sibling. It’s not necessarily legal, but their parent is allowing it to occur because they probably figure even if a court said, “You need to go home,” it’s pretty hard to make a teenager do that if the teenager is really not going to be willing to do that.
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