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No. The minimum age for the emancipation of a minor is 16-years. The emancipation procedure concerning minors is often misunderstood, as it is assumed that a petitioner will be granted a decree if they qualify under the law. This is simply not true, a minor is very rarely granted emancipation rights in any state. The exception generally applies to a minor who is an established performer in the entertainment industry or professional sports (such as an athlete being drafted out of high school who has not reached the legal age of majority). If a minor is in an abusive or neglectful situation, the court usually makes said person a "ward of the state" rather than grant emancipation rights.

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Q: Can a 15-year-old get emancipated in Alabama?
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Can you get emancipated if you get married in Alabama?

If you are married, you are considered emancipated.


How old do you have to be in the state of Alabama to get emancipated if you have a child and a place to live?

You must be 19, or 18 with a court order in Alabama.


How do you get emancipated at age fourteen in Alabama?

You can't at 14, you are too young.


Can an 18-year old get emancipated in Alabama?

Yes, in some cases, a 18 year old can get emancipated in Alabama. As of June 2014, a person is considered a child until they are 19 years old.


Can a16 year old with a baby be emancipated in Alabama?

No you have to be 18 to apply for that. The legal adult age of emancipation is 19 in Alabama.


At what age leaglly can you live on your own in Alabama?

18, unless you are emancipated by the courts.


What does the Alabama state law say about minors moving out?

You must have parental consent or be emancipated.


What does it take for a teenager in Alabama to become emancipated?

Alabama does not have an emancipation statute. However, an 18 year old can be relieved of the disabilities of being a minor.


How do you become emancipated in the state of Alabama?

{| |- | Alabama does not have an emancipation act. The age of majority is 19. There is an act that will allow an 18 year old to sign contracts. |}


How does a 16 year old in Alabama become emancipated from her parents?

She can't in Alabama. The age of majority is 19. You can get 'relief from the disabilities of non-age' when you are 18.


Is it possible to get emancipated from your parents in Alabama?

{| |- | No, Alabama does not have an emancipation act. The age of majority is 19. There is an act that will allow an 18 year old to sign contracts. |}


How does a minor get emancipated in Alabama?

{| |- | These is no way to do it. Alabama does not have an emancipation act. The age of majority is 19. There is an act that will allow an 18 year old to sign contracts. |}


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.


How old do you have to be to become emancipated in Alabama?

You can seek emancipation at 16 at the court but you will naturally emancipate when you turn 18.


Can you b emancipated without parental consent in alabama at age 17?

Only if you have a reason such as child abuse


Can a 16 year old in Alabama get emancipated?

Nope sorry. The age of emancipation is 19 in Alabama and they do not allow early emancipation until you are 18. Read more in the link below.


Can an emancipated teen go to public school in Alabama?

There should not be a problem. They can register themselves if they meet the requirements for attendance.


Where can you get forms to be emancipated in the state of Alabama?

Contact the clerk of juvenile court in the county in which you live. Alabama Codes Title 26, Chapter 13, "The Removal of Non-Age Disability of a Minor"


Can a 15 year old be emancipated in Alabama?

Sorry, but no. Alabama does not have an emancipation law. Children are the responsibility of the parents until they are 19 in Alabama. An 18 year old can get an order relieving them of the disabilities of being a minor, in other words it allows them to contract.


Should I emancipate my 18 year old son living in Alabama?

An 18 year old is an adult and cannot be emancipated.


Can 16 yr old mother be forced to live at home in Alabama?

Yes of course, she is not emancipated just because she has a baby.


How much money would it cost for a 16 year old girl to be emancipated in Alabama and what is the process she would have to go through to be emancipated?

I'm sorry but you are too young. The age of majority in Alabama is 19 years old. You can only apply for emancipation if you are 18 years old. Read more in the link below.


Is a pregnant 16-year-old considered legally emancipated in Alabama?

No, pregnancy does not grant emancipation in Alabama or any other state. You must reach the age of majority in your state.


Where would a child go in Alabama to get emancipated?

Contact a lawyer to help you with the legal process. If there is any abuse, contact the police immediately.


Is a married 18 year old a emancipated minor in Alabama?

A person in Alabama is not considered the Age of Majority until 19, even though at 18 you are charged as an adult automatically if you commit any crime. Alabama Section 30-4-15 and 16 basically say that when an 18 year old is married, their removal of disabilities of nonage is effected immediately (basically saying when you turn 18 and are married in the state of Alabama, you are considered "emancipated") and you now have the same legal rights and abilities as anyone age 19 and older.