It's possible, provided that you live in a state that has emancipation laws (not every state does) and you prove your case to the court. Among other things, you would have to prove that you are capable of supporting yourself (and that means of support can not be public assistance). You also have to prove that it's in your best interest to be emancipated. The courts generally don't like to override the authority of parents, and if your parents object, then you are really going to have to prove your case.
If you live in the US... Not unless your parents agree to allow it. And even then, there would be a multitude of issues that they would have to deal with, starting with giving this friends' parents some type of legal custody/ guardianship of you. Most places in the world your parents have to agree to it, and some sort of custody or legal guardianship is a good idea to avoid future legal issues. If your legally emancipated then if your friends parents say ok then it's fine, but you have to be LEGALLY emancipated, not about to be or filing for it.
You respect your parents by honoring in what they say or do, even if you don't agree with them.
only if you are emancipated and the only way you could be emancipated at 15 is to get married
If you are emancipated, you can write a will. Even if you are not emancipated, you could write one, but there is no obligation for the state to follow it. They will execute according to the intestacy laws if the will is not considered reasonable.
Of coarse not! if your parents dont have children you wouldn't even be born!
No, not unless their parents agree to allow it. And even if the parents agree to allow it, an unemancipated minor cannot enroll themselves in school. The parents would have to give custody of the minor to an adult in the other state and then that adult would be the minor's guardian.
You dont have to get emancipated you are legal, but do the smart thing stay in school until you graduate, don't let the freedom get to you.Some people are very tempted to stop participating in school when they can do what they want and GOOD LUCK!!
i dont thinks so.i mean if her parents agree with it then you shouldn't even tripp
If you're 22 or younger, your parents income will still be considered, even if you were emancipated. Otherwise everyone would do that.
I dont think you can. This depends on the laws of the country/state you live in of course. Your parents or legal guardian will allways have certain responsibility, even if you are allowed to marry, this unless the person whom you marry are emancipated. Then He/she takes over. It still vary with different laws in different states/countries.
No, your parents have custody of you and therefore have to consent to you being emancipated.
No, she can't. She must be 18 or married to move out without parental permission. Just because she can get pregnant does not show the good judgement to be emancipated.
Only if you have parental permission (even then your parents are still responsible) or you've been emancipated.
No.... at 16.... if pregnant you are emancipated in the matters of your health or the baby's. You can make the decision to have an abortion, put the baby up for adoption, or even keep it and there is nothing that your parents can do about it. You do not have to wait for 18 to become emancipated. ou have to be 16 and can prove that you can live on your own with out your parents assistance. You also have the right to live with the baby's father.
If you're in the US, emancipation is always from both parents. It is not possible to be emancipated from just one. Of course, emancipation is rarely granted, because most minors don't even come close to meeting the requirements for it.
well what i have heard frpom washington was that if you are 16 years old then you are at the legal age of emacipation. but you have to go to court an prove to the judge that you can financially take care of yourself an prove that you have income an also prove your age an where you were born. you also have to state the reason of why you want to emancipate yourself. The judge is the one that decides whether you can be emancipated. your parents dont even have to sign or even agree with it.
No, but the courts take it into consideration. And it will make it harder to achieve the emancipation because now you have to prove that becoming emancipated will be better than staying with your parents. The older you are the easier it is to be emancipated generally, but in most places you have to be at least 16 for it to be considered. And only about half the states allow emancipation in the first place.
Yes, if you are married you are considered emancipated, even if you are under the age of 18.
The best way to do this involves the cooperation of the adults without going through the courts. If the aunt is a responsible person and the 16 year old has valid reasons for wanting to move out of their parents home. Have a sit down discussion, explain the rules - that everyone can agree on and decide if any money is involved (your aunt would be entitled to child support, until you are 18). Becoming emancipated by the courts in any state is expensive and time consuming, even then, there is no guarantee the judge will agree you should leave your parents home. You would need to prove you are financially able to care for yourself, agree to stay in school until you graduate and have your parents permission. If your aunt is willing to take on the responsibility of caring for you and your parents agree to let you go - you don't need to be emancipated, your parents would still be responsible for you and you need to prove to your parents that the move will solve a problem, not create new ones.
You have to be emancipated. You can even divorce your parents in some states. Oklahoma can grant relief from 'the disabilities of being a minor' but doesn't have emancipation.
To get emancipated you would have to go to the courts and prove you can live on your own. Then you will have to do things on your own because your parents would not be legally responsible for you anymore.
The easiest way is to turn 18 and become emancipated that way. If you reach for emancipation by the court, most of them are rejected. You can also get emancipated through marriage but hopefully your parents are not that eager on signing the permission slip before you are 18. Permission can often also be given by the court but they are possibly even more hard to convince than the parents.
In the state of Florida a minor must be at least 16 in order to be emancipated. Even once they meet the age requirement, a minor who has been determined to be mentally unstable is not going to be able to get emancipated.
In the US, it's highly unlikely that you will be emancipated. Emancipation is rarely granted to begin with, and when the minor has a child it reduces the chances of it being granted even further (for many reasons).
In most states the age of emancipation is 18 and then you are an adult and emancipated and can move if you want.