Does an emancipated 16 year old female in the state of Louisiana have to be able to fully support themselves and have their own place to live?
Yes, emancipated means you have to live like an adult. Your parents will no longer be obligated to support you. There are usually more requirements than that.
Can a 17-year-old emancipated male be in trouble for dating a 16-year-old girl with parental consent in Louisiana?
Sorry, Georgia does not have an emancipation statute. Answer Georgia's emancipation statute can be located at O.C.G.A. 15-11-200 et seq. Generally, only a minor aged 16+ can be emancipated. The minor must show the ability to support him/herself independent of friends/family, and must show a need for emancipation.
When a 17 year old female decides to move out of her parents house in Missouri is she considered emancipated and does it free her parents of further responsibility?
Is it legal for a seventeen year old female to move out of her parent's house in the state of Texas?
Yes, if she is a minor and a court order is in affect. The pregnancy of a minor female has no bearing on the obligation of a biological parent for the financial support of said minor female. A related problem that may arise is because she's a mother, she now believes herself to be adult enough to refuse to see the obligor parent, which teens tend to see as a hassle. This is when they…
The age of consent in Louisiana is 17. Not a good match at this point in time, with the possibility of what problems it could lead to for the female. The age of consent in Louisiana is 17. Not a good match at this point in time, with the possibility of what problems it could lead to for the female. The age of consent in Louisiana is 17. Not a good match at this point…
In Louisiana can a 17-year-old female move in with her fiance without parental consent and not be forced to return home if she is provided for?
If she is legally emancipated (by the courts) then yes. If over the age of majority, which is now 18, she does not need anyones approval. If she is under the age of 18 and not legally emancipated, then she will need her parents approval. Certain ages require the Minister of Home Affair's approval. See the Children's Act of 2005
There is no such status as medically emancipated. A minor female bearing a child has no bearing on her underage status. A minor becomes emancipated by: Being granted emancipation rights through the court of jurisdiction and marriage. It means you are the only one deciding regarding your health when you are pregnant. No one can tell you what to do regarding the pregnancy or the child when he/she is born. You are the only one…
Yes, marriage automatically emancipates a minor. That means the minor is now considered a legal adult and the obligated parent of that individual is no longer responsible to pay support. The parent paying the support must however have the support order terminated through the required court procedure of his or her state. The gender of the minor is not relevant as the laws for the emancipation of a minor apply equally to both males and…
If a 16 year old female is at age of consent can she runaway from home to live with her 19 year old boyfriend?
How come the courts are accepting a lesser amount of child support from a female then if it was a male parent?
Well, your children are old enough to get a job, or at least one of them is. They need to support themselves if you cannot afford to support them. You (if you haven't already) need to get a job or if you cannot work due to severe Disability then you need to find out which Benefits you are entitled to. 20 year old, Disabled, Female.