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Can a 17-year-old girl sign an apartment lease in the state of Washington without emancipation?
If you are 17 and emotionally abused can you move out without being emancipated in the state of Pennsylvania?
Get help, no one can handle this alone A school guidance counselor, minister or social worker will not only answer that question, they can give …you the support you need to do what's best for you. Good luck. I myself am 17 and wish to leave an emotionally abusive household. I live in PA and have asked the local judge about emancipation; they said and I quote "There is no such thing in Pennsylvania". So, I highly suggest seeing a student counselor, or calling a local child help service. No one should put up with any kind of abuse, physical verbal, or otherwise. but do not run away or the department will put you in a house hold that you might not agree to. just seek someone that has connections to a child help service.
You have to be at least 16 in order the petition for emancipation in Washington state and you have to meet all the requirements in order for it to be granted. Emancipation is… rarely granted in any state.
Anytime you co-sign anything with anyone your credit is just as much affected by it as their credit is. The reason we co-sign is because the person you cosigned for did not ha…ve enough, or good enough credit. When you co-sign for someone and you have good enough credit to get them the loan or the apartment, your just becoming the responsible in the situation. The outift accepting the application can see that the original person doesn't have that great fo credit but you do, so they know there is someone responsible to make sure that the payment is made because if they don't make their payment the first person the loaner is going to call is the cosigner, and it hurts your credit just as much as it hurts theirs.
Can a 17-year-old sign a lease for an apartment in Michigan without emancipation papers but with parental permission and a boyfriend being the main lessee on the lease?
Answer The legal age of majority for the state is 18, anyone under that age cannot enter into a legal contract of any sort, unless an exception has been gra…nted by the court of jurisdiction.
Answer You can�t. Not unless you have parental consent (and you're moving to a safe and appropriate environment) and even then your parents would still be res…ponsible for you.
Many colleges have apartments, commonly known as off-campus student housing, where this is possible. Students often pay by the semester. If you are renting a regular apartment… then it shouldn't matter where the payments are coming from, unless the apartment complex has a rule -- that which most apartment complexes do have -- that your income must be at least three times the amount of the rent. You may have to explain to the landlord that you receive financial aid every semester and that accordingly, that's how often your rent must be paid. Most apartment complexes near colleges have provisions for college students receiving financial aid.
If you sign an apartment lease as a cosigner and you will not be living at the apartment will this show up on your credit report?
So long as your apartment is paid and current, such leases will not appear on your credit report. However, should you or the person you are guaranteeing become delinquent, the…re are several ways in which this information can appear on the credit report. In some states, landlords work directly with collection agencies, in which case it would show up a a delinquency and tarnish your score. In other situations, your name may be mention as a party to an eviction or legal proceeding, something which may show up in other searches that accompany credit reports, such as eviction history, or certain criminal background checks. The best suggestion is if you don't have to guarantee or cosign, don't do it unless you can afford to pay for that person should they become delinquent on their obligations.
A child may not emancipate themselves simply by making a statement. The courts in Washington State will ultimately be the deciding factor. If you are a child under the age of …18 and can prove you are able to sustain self support you may ask the courts to deem you emancipated. If you are dependent upon the support of a parent, custodial or noncustodial you are generally not eligible for emancipation. Hope this helps.
After the lease is signed it is final. No magic erasers. Added: There is no "right to cancel" period. If you wish to withdraw from the contract you may have to pay… the rental office/agent certain fees to get out of the contract and reimburse them for taking the apartment off the market.
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Answer The legal age of majority for the state is 18, which means the person can legally leave the family residence and the custody of their parents. The ag…e for entering into contractual agreements is also 18, but in most cases the lender or landlord will require a co-signer.
Yes, well there are a couple of options, but i think. You should just erase the whole phone.
Answer The laws depend on your state. In general, if you got married you could be emancipated, or if you joined the military. Getting emancipated with paren…tal consent is easiest.
The short answer: Yes The long answer: A person can move out of the parental dwelling as of their 16th birthday...but there are requirements. The teen must be living i…n a "safe" environment and must either be continuing education (successfully) toward a HS diploma or a trade program. If not in continuing education the teen must be working a part time to full time job. A combination of working and continuing their education is acceptable. Now, the definition of "safe environment" is complicated. If there is drug use, alcohol use, emotional/physical abuse, sexual activity, lack of food or appropriate shelter, lack of employment or lack of continued education then the parents can work through the legal system to have the teen (forcibly) returned to the parents control. One common issue is a teen moving into a boyfriend's/girlfriend's dwelling. This situation is almost always viewed as an unsafe environment. In NC, if opposite genders are in a dwelling from dusk to dawn there is a legal presumption that sexual activity has occurred, and this would be an unacceptable environment. Additionally, in NC if the elder person is 5 years older than the younger then the senior person has committed a crime if the younger person is under 18 years old, again, an unacceptable living arrangement (legally) which will likely lead to the older being charged of a sex crime as a sexual predator. Now, if the teen moves in with the GF's/BF's parents house, then this may be viewed as acceptable as long as the teen is continuing their education and they are supervised by the adults and the teens do not cohabitate/sleep in the same room. The concept behind these rules are the assumption that the teen requires parental guidance until they are 18 years old and otherwise legal adults. NC recognizes that occasionally the teen's parents may not be able to provide an appropriate environment for the teen. The issue is safety of the teen. If you move out and your parents object, anticipate that you will have to prove the safety and appropriateness of your decision to the local law enforcement / court system. The decision must be well founded with supportable information as to why you moved out as well as the type of environment that the teen wished to live. If the teen moves into a safe environment and continues education the teen may be able to remain in the new home.
No. Being pregnant/giving birth does not give a minor any additional rights. They are still subject to the control and authority of their parents until they reach the ag…e of majority (18) or they are legally emancipated. And by the way, being pregnant makes it much more difficult to convince a court to emancipate you.