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Can you still be emancipated if you live at home?

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2005-11-14 06:33:58
2005-11-14 06:33:58

YES, YOU JUST HAVE TO DO EVERYTHING FOR YOURSELF AS IF YOU WERE AN ADULT. Why would you want to be emancipated if you live at home? I can't help but wonder if it's a case of wanting the freedom to make all your own decisions, but still depending on Mom and Dad for support? If that is the case, then it's not going to happen.

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