yes a fifteen year old girl can be emaciated from her parents for GOOD reasons. they would however have to be very good reasons and some alternate form of care or monetering would have to be set up. You can probably lose the parents you have now (if you have enough money for a very good laywer) but youll probably have to pick up a new set.AnswerOnce a minor is emancipated, there is no 'alternate form of care or monitoring'. A minor does not have to 'pick up another set of parents' to become emancipated. If they 'get' new parents, then that�s not emancipation, that�s a custody/guardianship transfer (which basically isn�t going to happen unless their parents are proven to be unfit).
Emancipation means a minor is on their own. They are responsible for their own actions. They are also responsible for paying their own bills (rent/utilities/food/clothing/medical expenses/etc) and will have to prove to the court that they are capable of doing that. Your average 15-year-old would not be capable of doing that since child labor laws greatly restrict the number of hours that they�re allowed to work. Which is one reason that most states (with the exception of CA and possibly one other?) require that a minor be at least 16 in order to petition for emancipation.
Do you have to be emancipated to move out from your parents at the age 16 in alberta?
No. An emancipated minor is required to support themselves through gainful employment and not by their parents or public assistance.
if youre emancipated from your parents they have no legal grounds to detain you.
Yes, if a judge of competent jurisdiction agrees.
Emancipated minors are minors who have been legally released from the control of their parents.
If your parents give you permission or if you are emancipated. If you are not emancipated, your parents will have to sign any legal documents, such as a lease, for you.
I'm 16 and emancipated. I'm married. But here's the catch you DO need parents consent.
No. Emancipated children have no legal ties to their parents.
You don't have to do anything. You were emancipated when your reached the age of majroity in your state or country.
No, not in any state are you emancipated because you are pregnant or had a baby.
In the state of Kansas a person who is 16 years old can be emancipated with permission from their parents. The only exception to this is if the parents are ruled incompetent or are physically abusive.
you can get emancipated then move out but that requires having a good case to get emancipated
She is not yet an adult at 17. No, she is not emancipated and her parents are still responsible for her.
You have to get emancipated, but you might want to think hard before doing so. In order to get emancipated your parents have to sign off giving you permission. You have to get emancipated, but you might want to think hard before doing so. In order to get emancipated your parents have to sign off giving you permission.
Emancipation is done by petitioning a court. Parental permission is not necessary.
You don't get emancipated just because you are pregnant. You are the guardian of your child but your parents are the guardians of you.
No. The requirements for being getting emancipated is that the teen can handle these things themselves.
Some people get emancipated to become their own legal guardian. A teenager could become emancipated from their parents or guardians if proper care was not being given.
you need to be 14 to be emancipated. yes it is possible, but you need to make that clear when you state your case, and to the parent you want to 'keep'. 16 to be emancipated from both.
When you are 18 and emancipated.
If the minor (key fact) in question is not emancipated and his/her parents are his/her legal guardians, then no. If the minor (key fact) in question is not emancipated and his/her parents are his/her legal guardians, then no.
You either have parental consent to move, is emancipated by the court (if your state have that option), emancipated through marriage or is emancipated by turning 18.
There is no requirement that they be emancipated. Until they are 18 they remain the responsibility of the parents.