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It is extremely difficult to get emancipated in Georgia (only a few cases each year are approved). It takes abuse or severe neglect.

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Q: Can a 15 year old girl get emancipated and move in with another family member in the state of Georgia if parents and her fight a lot?
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Can you move in with another family if you are emancipated?

yes you can. just as long as you have your parents sig.

Can you get emancipated if your parents mistreated you even though you're still in homeschool in California?

If there is abuse or neglect involved, you should contact your local Social Services office or the police. You can become emancipated with a court order; if you do not become emancipated because of the abuse/neglect you will be ordered to live with another family member or someone else appointed by the court.

Can a girl 16-year-old with a baby be emancipated and move in with her baby daddy and his family in Virginia?

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How do I legally get out of my parents house and live with a friend's family?

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How can you get emancipated without a parent's consent?

First you have to contact the family court, ask for a petition to be emancipated from your parents. If you are self sufficiant and can provide on your own, you can be emacipated. Which means your parents are no longer responsible for you financially. Eash state may have different laws that apply.

Could a 16 year live with another family without parental consent in Michigan?

Not unless you get emancipated,

Why do people get emancipated?

Can be the teen feels ready and independent and wants freedom. a bad family relationship, to much stress and conflict at home, abuse, serious family break downs.

Can a 16 year old leave home in georgia without being forced to return?

In Georgia, a 16-year-old is not considered emancipated and would still be legally considered a minor. If they leave home without parental consent, they are considered a runaway. However, law enforcement may not force them to return home but may try to help reunite them with their family.

What are the rights of a minor that is abandon?

To get a legal guardian, a family to live with and to be supported by his parents. Being abandoned does not mean you are on your own or emancipated or that a judge will emancipate you.

Can your parents keep you out of state if your 17 against your will and not let you back to Texas where you and your family lives?

Unless you are legally emancipated, you're parents have control over where you go to school, what state you live in, etc. If you are 17, it is most likely that you aren't emancipated yet, and your parents have complete power over where you live. You could take this issue to court and do what you can to be legally emancipated before the age of 18, and you'd be able to live wherever you wanted to.

Can you move in with another family friend once you've been emancipated instead of living on your own?

If you are legally emancipated by marriage or a court order, you can live with whomever you want. You are now considered to be an adult.

How can you be emancipated from your parents if both sides agree?

The few people I know that have been emancipated in the past have gone through Family Court. You have to be able to prove that you have the means to be independant, i.e. employment, housing, etc. Also you must not forget that until you are 21, at least in NY, the parents are responsible for their childrens actions. Emancipation absolves them from any legal actions caused by the minor once they are emancipated.