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How can you become emancipated in Alabama?

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2008-12-09 20:35:31
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Alabama Annotated Code Title 26, Chapter 13 "Relief of Minor Children From the Disabilities of Nonage". The catch is, the state's age of majority is 19 and only persons the age of 18-years may petition for emancipation status.

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