In the state of Michigan, a 17-year-old is legally permitted to move out of his home. According to LawRefs.com, this is only legal due to a loophole in Michigan law.
In Michigan, 17-year-olds are not categorised as adults, minors, or adolescents. However, parents must assist their children until they reach 18 years of age. This becomes tricky if the youngster decides to move away at the age of seventeen. Due to the child’s legal right to live independently, a parent is unlikely to gain police aid if their 17-year-old child chooses to leave or run away.