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== == Iowa's emancipation of minor statute is so new as not to be untried and unfamiliar to even most family law attorneys. No form for filing the action exists as of August, 2009.

The state of Iowa, however, has for a long time had limited emancipation procedures that enable the minor to live independently of adult supervision. It does have a "Removal of Disability of Age" which pertains to marriage of a minor and other legal issues such as inheritances. (Iowa Code, Chapter 599, Sect: 1 and Chapter 252, Sect: 16).

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