Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out

How can you get emancipated from your adopted parents to live with your dad?

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2005-11-18 04:11:24
2005-11-18 04:11:24

From what I understand, you must meet with a judge and petition for your emancipation. Whatever paperwork your area requires must be correctly filled and filed. Whatever your reasons are for this must be extenuating and very well founded. You should probably seek out a nearby legal service and make an appointment to speak with legal counsel regarding what you're dealing with that gives you cause to desire emancipation. I'm not knowledgable in law or these legalities. This information is for reference only. Emancipation has consequences and responsibilities on you that you might not have considered or wish to have to bear in your youth. Its serious business.

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