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Can a 16-year-old girl get emancipated in Washington without her parents' permission if she is being mentally abused?
Answer Mental abuse is hard to prove, but if you feel strongly about it contact the department of children's services or child welfare. Call 911 and go thro…ugh the police if you're not sure how.
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.
If a new lease is signed on an apartment after a year is the original cosigner responsible for the new lease?
Answer Not unless he or she signed the new lease.
Answer No. There has to be an adult in the house.
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.
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.
No. Removal of the Disabilities of Nonage Chapter 743 Must be at least 16 years of age Must have a petition filed by the minor's natural or legal guardian or, if there… is none, by a guardian ad litem. No, unless a judge says you can.
No, you cannot legally sign any Contracts or Leases until the age of majority, which is 18. Strangely, you can leave home at 17 (which is the age when you can go to adul…t jail in Georgia), although parents cannot kick you out until age 18. So you can legally leave at 17, but you cannot put an apartment in your name until 18.
Yes, but it's a lot harder to push the landlord to do repairs, or if they have a complaint against you when you move out. As they say, it's always better to get it in writing.… As a college student I always aimed for month-to-month leases just in case I had to move out on short notice.
No. A lease is a legally binding contract, which obligates both the landlord and tenant to a tenancy for the term of the lease. If you and the landlord both signed a lea…se, and the landlord refuses to give you occupancy of the property, you need to see a landlord-tenant attorney or tenant's rights group immediately!
You leased an apartment for 600.00 per month signing a one-year lease After two months your employer transferred you out-of-state so you cannot use the apartment anymoreIs the anti-assignment clause v?
(.Y.) NO, it is actually a legal move under cluase c. (eating ice cream makes you fatty)
This question is more complicated than it might seem. First, yes, a seventeen year old can be emaciated in Virginia, the process and requirements and effects being governed …by Virginia Statues Title 16.1-331 et seq ('et seq' is 'legalese', for an abbreviation for the Latin "et sequentia", which means "and the following"). Virginia will require you meet certain criteria, such as being married, on active duty in the military, or living separately from your parent(s) and showing an ability to support yourself and manage your finances. Also, it should be mentioned that, in most cases, you will need parental consent to seek emancipation, as well. Now, in order to be assured of being able to enter into a contract in California, you will have to make sure that California recognizes your Virginia Emancipation Order. If they don't, due to differing requirements, you may need to seek a California order of Emancipation as well... But, once either of those requirements is met, then yes, an emancipated seventeen year old may sign a lease (although you may have to take some effort and trouble convincing the would-be landlord of this fact...) The statutes governing emancipation in California are found in California Family Code Section § 7000 et seq, and the section that specifically states you can lease property is Ca Fam § 1750(e)(3)&(15) which state: An emancipated minor shall be considered as being an adult for the following purposes: ... (e) The minor's capacity to do any of the following: ... (3) Buy, sell, lease, encumber, exchange, or transfer an interest in real or personal property, including, but not limited to, shares of stock in a domestic or foreign corporation or a membership in a nonprofit corporation. ... (15) Establish the minor's own residence.
Move out with their consent.
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.
Yes, you would be considered "legal"
To many variables to determine. Consult a catalog, available online or at your local library. In most cases the value is going to be pretty low, as Washington is a common subj…ect for definitive stamps. But there are some with some good values to them!
Depends on why you seek it. You can get early emancipation without parental consent but this all depends on the laws in the state you are in. So either ask again and tell what… state you are referring to or try Googling "early emancipation law -insert state here- ". Not all states offer early emancipation and it takes a long time so you might already have turned 18 when it's done. You have to have filled all the requirements though (not lived with your parents for a long time, supporting yourself etc).