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How can a pregnant 16-year-old with a job be emancipated in Illinois?

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2007-02-18 22:36:24
2007-02-18 22:36:24

Illinois Legislative Civil Statute, Chapter 750/30. "Rights and Remedies/Family"

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As far as i know the 2 main factors in being emancipated are having a steady job and a place to live.

Not just because she is pregnant. That is not a reason for emancipation. There are many requirements she has to fill. Living on her own, job, paying her own bills etc.

Not just because she is pregnant. That is not a reason for emancipation. There are many requirements she has to fill. Living on her own, job, paying her own bills etc.

You must be able to balance bills/job/school in order to get emancipated. If you are emancipated then you can move out at 17.

no. you need to move out of your parents house, get a job or your GED, then get yourself emancipated

No. There is no judge who would do that. At 14 you are not done with school and can not get a job or a place to live. You need your parents to support you and if emancipated they are no longer responsible for you and you are completely on your own. 14 is too young for that. When pregnant and after you decide things regarding your baby but your parents still decide regarding you.

It depends on your age and the judge. Get a lawyer who will work pro-bono and start the process. If you can prove you are responsible, have a job or way to get money, and mature enough, then you may get emancipated.

It is very not likely. A 14 year old cannot support themselves and does not have the education to obtain a job.

By asking the court but you have to have a job and support yourself and live on your own already. Trust me, no court will find it better for you to be emancipated at 16 with a baby. It also takes almost a year and cost money in court.

No. A 15 year old is still a minor, but now one with a child. Becoming pregnant does not make a minor emancipated. To become emancipated a minor child needs to go before a judge to have him/her determine if she can support herself and the baby. The judge will want to know the means of support and other living conditions. Being emancipated means that a person can support themselves, have a job, pay the rent, pay for babysitting, and do all things needed to live. I doubt that a judge will allow a 15 year old minor to become emancipated with a baby without the needed support.

If your parents give you permission or if you are emancipated. If you are not emancipated, your parents will have to sign any legal documents, such as a lease, for you.

You have to petition the court for emancipation. Check the laws of your state for more detailed information. One of the (many) requirements for emancipation is that you have to be able to fully support yourself. If you have no job, then how would you do that?

Its very hard to get emancipated. You have to be able to show that you can support yourself. 13 is not even old enough to get a decent job that pays over 7 dollars. So a 13 year probably can not get emancipated

His previous job was as a U.S. Senator from Illinois. Before that, he was an Illinois State Senator.

Job listings in central Illinois can be found from many different resources. Some examples of these resources include the Illinois newspapers and websites such as Indeed.

by discussing what they are going to do

you have to go to the court first and ask them and you have to have a job and someone over the age of 18 an adult as i would say and they have to be a responsible adult at that then the court will decide if you can become emancipated you don't have to have permission from your parents to become emancipated just a court order that's it you have to go to the court first and ask them and you have to have a job and someone over the age of 18 an adult as i would say and they have to be a responsible adult at that then the court will decide if you can become emancipated you don't have to have permission from your parents to become emancipated just a court order that's it


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