Q: Can you legally move out at 17 in Georgia and not be made to go back.
My daughter was adopted 3 years ago she is now 17 she and the adopted mom don't get along because she refuses to allow my daughter any contact with me and she can be rude about it to my daughter. My daughter is trying to find out if she can legally leave from there and they can't make her stay and she won't get in trouble with the law if they reported her as a runaway.
A: She isn't your daughter, legally. If you assist her in leaving the home, you can be charged with a felony.
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