Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out
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Can you get emancipated in Wisconsin at the age of 16?

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2005-09-28 02:31:43
2005-09-28 02:31:43

Wisconsin does not have emancipation status laws and does not accept petitions except where it applies to the termination of parental rights by the state in conjuction with proven neglect and/or abuse. The minor is usually made a "ward of the court" and remanded to a foster or group home until they reach the age of majority which is 18.

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