EveRy state has ep just go to your local court house and tell them you would like some emancipation papers
Your local court house is the place to obtain the papers. They will be able to provide the necessary forms. They will also help you get a court date for the hearing.
do you mean emancipation papers for that you go to court but the judge is going to tell you to get counceling and go back to school.
You paid for emancipation papers at the court house? Visit the courthouse and find out. If you paid someone else for the papers, I'd talk to them, as it isn't typically done that way, unless you pay a lawyer.
In states that allow emancipation of minors information and forms can be obtained from the office of the clerk of the probate court in the minor's county of residence.
You petition the court if you are allowed to by the state's statutes. The Court will take the parents' desires into consideration, but it is not a given.
If it is available in your state, from the county court. You may be able to obtain the forms online. Look for the emancipation statutes for your state.
That depends on the state you are in. In most of the states, the child reaches the age of majority at 18, so there is no need to file emancipation papers. For those where the age is 19 or 21, you file them at the local court house. They can help you get the proper forms and set up the court appearance.
You have to check the laws for your state to see if they even have emancipation. The format is usually specified in the statute.That will depend on the jurisdiction. Many states and counties have web sites with forms available. Check your county website for forms that are available. They can also help you get a court date for the hearing.
From the court house is the most common place. They may be available online as well. Contact the court and they can tell you were to get the forms.
EVERYTHING IS DONE THROUGH COURT. IF YOU DONT HAVE A LAWYER YOU WOULD HAVE TO GO TO THE LEGAL LIBRARY AT THE LOCAL COURT HOUSE TO GET THE FORMS AND FILE THEM YOUR SELF
Yes you can use online papers to file for a divorce. You should also be able to obtain these for free at your local family division court.