there is no answer for that.
No, you must be at least the age of 14 before you can even try to be emancipated
Georgia does not currently have an emancipation statute.
You have to get emancipated.
It is extremely difficult to get emancipated in Georgia (only a few cases each year are approved). It takes abuse or severe neglect.
Sure, if you get your parents permission
No, a 16 year old can not live alone without a parent in Georgia unless they are emancipated. If the 16 year old is married, they can also live without the parent.
In Georgia, an 18-year-old is legally an adult. You don't need to be emancipated.
You need to have a legal guardian until you are 18.
Yes, Georgia is one of the few states that has an emancipation statute that pertains to a pregnant minor.
That will depend on the laws in your state. Being a father does not make a large difference.
She has to have parental permission or a court order.
No. The age of consent in Georgia is 16.
A 21 year old is emancipated. In the USA, a normal 18 year old is legally considered an adult and thereby emancipated.
There are no laws about dating in Georgia. But do be aware that there are laws regarding sexual contact.
You will have to show your emancipation orders to the school. They will probably put a copy in your records.
Legally you are not yet an adult. You have to live where your parents or the court say you will live.
No he cannot. If you are not emancipated, your parents have custody of you.
That's is not true I am a 17 year old who is emancipated in ga u gotta be 16 wit a job and proof of a place to stay also there is an long process to go through court and what not Georgia does not have an emancipation statute. There is no way to get emancipated other than getting legally married. The age of majority is 18.