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.
From what I've read you can move out at 17 and emancipation isn't required. You do have to have a steady job and an acceptable place to stay.i heard you can get emancipated at the age of 17 1/2 but i think that's dumb you should be able to get emancipated at the age of 16 at least. But yea as far as i know you can get emancipated at the age of 17 1/2 in the state of Wisconsin. There is no age on emancipation in Wisconsin. You have to be 18 to aquire those rights.
While becoming emancipated at age 16 is not something most teenagers think about, there are reasons it may happen. In Indiana if a 16 year old wants to become emancipated they must convince the court system that it is necessary for their health and safety. There are no laws governing it from the state's point of view.
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