New York does not have grounds nor procedures for emancipation of minors. It is however the legal right of every individual to petition the court for a decree of emancipation. The basic requirement is that the minor be able to present substantiated evidence they can conduct their personal affairs without adult involvement. This means being gainfully employed, paying for their own food, shelter, clothing, medical care, continuing education (if applicable) and so forth.
Since New York doesn't have an emancipation statute, the answer is no.
The age of a legal adult in New York is set at 21 years of age. However, individuals who are younger and want to become emancipated can get married, join the military, file an affidavit, or demonstrate an ability to take care of themselves financially.
Yes, you are still a runaway, because to be emancipated, a judge must rule that you are emancipated. Otherwise you are not. Your parents must usually be part of the procedure.
Pregnancy does no emancipate you. it's your age that that does that so if 17 is the legal age in your state , you are emancipated. Otherwise not.
The age of consent in the state of New York is 17.
The age of consent in New York is 17 years old.
In New York the age of consent is 17 for any sexual orientation.The age of consent in the US varies by state. In New York the age of consent is set at 17. There is no difference based on sexual orientation.
AnswerThe age of consent in New York is 17 years.It is 17 year old.
The legal age in the state of New York is 17 years of age. This is also known as the age of consent.
in Texas you are a legal adult at seventeen you don't have to get emancipated
There are no laws about dating. The age of consent for sexual contact in Florida is 17 years of age. It is also 17 in New York.
A 17 year old child that is on probation can not be emancipated in New York state. To become emancipated, a minor needs to prove that he is legally responsible, have income, continue school, and be able to provide for his own housing and food from his earned income.
The age of emancipation in New York is eighteen years of age.
17 years of age.
Yes I believe it is, the age of Consent in New York is 17
Because that's what the new York legislature decided.
17 or 18
At the age of 17. According to the New York State Penal Law
No Because she isn't an adult.
Motherhood does not specifically change that you are under the age of consent.
There are no laws about dating in New York. However, there are laws about sexual contact. The age of consent in New York is 17 years of age.
If you drop out of school at age 17 in Pennsylvania, it does not legally emancipate you. You must petition the court and be emancipated by a judge.