The majority of US states do not have grounds nor procedures for the emancipation of a minor. Minors wishing to learn if they qualify under the laws of the state where they live can research the applicable state statutes or contact the office of the clerk of the circuit or probate court in the city or county of residence.
There are only a few states that allow someone that young to be emancipated. In most you must be at least 16 to be emancipated.
A social worker, and in some cases such as abuse, you could contact the cops and request that you take your parent/gaurdian to court to get emancipated.
yes when you are emancipated you are your own person & can date anyone you choose
If there is abuse or neglect involved, you should contact your local Social Services office or the police. You can become emancipated with a court order; if you do not become emancipated because of the abuse/neglect you will be ordered to live with another family member or someone else appointed by the court.
18 and have capacity to contract. or be an emancipated minor.
Contact a lawyer to help you with the legal process. If there is any abuse, contact the police immediately.
No (too young).
Yes, they can.
That is the correct spelling of the term "emancipated minor" (someone under legal age that is court-afforded the status of an adult).
Minnesota is one of 15 states without an Emancipation Statute. Which means you will not be able to become emancipated. If you are not safe, contact social services so they can get you to a safe place.
No. If the chidren are minors they can be left to adoption but if they are adults you just stop having contact with them.
No they cannot be emancipated. Tennessee does not have an emancipation statute. If there are safety issues, contact the social services department. They will make sure the minor has a safe place to live.