A minor can become emancipated by petitioning the court for it. State laws vary but most states allow minors to be become emancipated at age 16.
You still have to stay with your parents until you are emancipated by the court so you wont need one. Once you are emancipated you can have one. If you have moved already with their consent you can have a roommate.
Ohio does not allow a minor to petition the court for emancipation. A minor is automatically emancipated if they marry or join the military, both of which require parental consent.
The legal age is 18 unless you are an emancipated minor. To become an emancipated minor, you have to fill out a form.
There is no law that allows emancipation in Minnesota.
The state of Kentucky does not have an emancipation law. However, a minor can become emancipated if a parent agrees to allow it. If not and there are extenuating circumstances, the minor can petition the court to grant them emancipation.
Having a child does not emancipate a minor. To become emancipated, the minor would have to petition the court, and it would have to be granted by a judge. It's rarely granted in any state. The fact that a minor has a child does not give them any advantage, and in fact, it generally makes it even moredifficult for them to become emancipated (for a multitude of reasons).
in Washington state a minor can legally be emancipated at the age of 16
No, a minor is a minor until 18 years old pregnant or not. It takes a lawyer to become legally emancipated.
Answer 1 Iowa does not have statutes for a minor to become emancipated. See this link for more information on emancipation for all states in the United States.
When they reach the age of majority, which is typically 18. Or when the court issues them a writ of emancipation.