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Can a 15-year-old be emancipated in Missouri if neither parent has court appointed custody?

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2015-07-14 16:10:24
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No, Missouri does not have grounds nor legal procedures for the emancipation of minors.

If a minor marries or enlist in the military they are considered legally emancipated, both acts require the consent of the minor's parents or legal guardian.

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Laws vary from state to state. Custody papers have nothing to do with it.


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Mother has sole custody. I'm in KCMO. see link


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A guardian ad-litem is appointed by the courts


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By 18 they are emancipated so unless there are reasons like mental illness where they can not care for themselves or something where you have to go to court to get guardianship, you can not get custody.


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No, custody is court ordered and it can only be modified in court.


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There are many rights that a teen father has in Missouri. If he can provide for the baby he should be able to gain custody.


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