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    Removing an adult teenager from your home

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? IL

    What are my rights as a parent? I need to have my 19 year old removed from my home. Can I have the police remove her or do I need to go through the courts?

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    Is she willing to go, or is she refusing?

    In most states she would be considered a tenant so you will likely have to evict her from the home. Perhaps you can check with the local court to find out the process for removing an unwanted resident from your home.

    If you Google "Illinois" and "eviction" you will get a wealth of information on the process.

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