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.
no you have to apply through the courts to be emancipated
Typically a child is emancipated when they reach the age of 18. There would be no reason to emancipate them, they are an adult.
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.
No, they are not emancipated. Having a child does not change the age of adulthood.
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.
The age varies from state to state. In the state of Missouri a child can be emancipated at the age of 16.
If you have reached the legal age of majority which is 18 in all US states but Nebraska where the age is 19.
yes if they get emancipated
When they are 18 and emancipated.