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At what age can a child be emancipated in Nebraska?

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The emancipation age in Nebraska is 19.

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When do you stop paying Nebraska child support?

If a person helps to create a child, they should help to support the child. In Nebraska a person can stop paying child support at the age of 19. This is unless the child is emancipated by the court, marries or dies.

If you have a child at the age of 15 are you automaticly emancipated?

no you have to apply through the courts to be emancipated

Can a chid be emancipated at age 20?

Typically a child is emancipated when they reach the age of 18. There would be no reason to emancipate them, they are an adult.

What happens to an emancipated child that is under age in Connecticut?

If they are emancipated, they are no longer considered 'under age.' In order to be emancipated, they have to show that they can take care of themselves and have financial stability.

Your divorce states that child support will be paid until the child reaches the age of 18 or is otherwise emancipated what does this mean?

There are times when a child prefers to be on their own and asks to be emancipated. When a child is legally emancipated, you are finally free from a support obligation.

Is a teen mother automatically emancipated in the state of Florida?

No, they are not emancipated. Having a child does not change the age of adulthood.

At what age can a child be emancjpated from one parent?

The age varies from state to state. In the state of Missouri a child can be emancipated at the age of 16.

What is the dropout age in Nebraska?

In Nebraska, a child must attend school until they are 18 years of age. However, a parent can give permission for a child to dropout at the age of 16.

Are you emancipated when you graduate from high school?

If you have reached the legal age of majority which is 18 in all US states but Nebraska where the age is 19.

What age can a child leave home in Nebraska?

In Nebraska, the age of majority is 19 and that is when you can move out of without parental permission.

At what age do they considered a child emancipated?

The legal age of majority in Nebraska is 19. In all other states the age when a minor becomes an adult is 18. This does not apply to court orders of support where a different age is stipulated and it may not apply to a person who is physically or mentally disabled.

Can a parent have a child emancipated?

yes a prent can have their child emancipated at the age of 16 usually but every state has there own laws check with a legal aid attorneyAnsweryes a prent can have their child emancipated at the age of 16 usually but every state has there own laws check with a legal aid attorney

At what age can a child become emancipated in Kansas?

I would like to know the age of emancipation in kansas.

Is a teen in Missouri under age 17 emancipated if she has a child?

No she is not. The ability to have a child does not make a girl an adult.

What is the age a child can be emancipated in Mississippi?

When they reach the age of majority, 18. There is no law or provision to do it earlier in Mississippi.

Can you be emancipated at age 15 with child?

{| |- | No, it isn't likely. Being a parent, or being pregnant, has no bearing on your ability to support yourself and your child. Only about half the states allow you to get emancipated. Of those most require you to be at least 16 to get emancipated. |}

State of Nebraska what age can child decide to live with which parent?

in the state of nebraska how old does the child have to be in order to choose which parent they want to live with

How do you get emancipated in Indiana if you are 21?

{| |- | You are automatically emancipated when you reach the age of 18. There is no specific action that has to be taken. The parents no longer have any responsibility for the child. |}

When does a child is emancipated?

{| |- | When they reach the age of 18 in most states they are considered emancipated. At that point the parents are no longer responsible for them. Until then, they are kind of stuck. |}

Are 13 year olds conciderd adults in Alabama if they have a baby?

There is no state where a minor becomes emancipated by having a child. The age of emancipation remains 18. The minor mother is only medically emancipated and emancipated regarding making decisions for her child.

Can you make a 15-year-old child move out of your house?

No, parents are responsible legally and financially for their child(ren) until they reach the state's legal age of majority. The legal age of majority in all states except for one is 18; in Nebraska it is 19. No, you are responsible for your child until the age of 18 or unless the child is emancipated (16 in most states) and that requires legal paperwork. no you can't

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