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How do you find out the laws about child emancipation in your state?

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2005-10-24 06:03:57
2005-10-24 06:03:57

Start by searching the Internet. Your state + minor emancipation.

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There is no emancipation status in this state.

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There is no emancipation status in this state.

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Emancipation is granted in very few cases. Those which are granted involve marriage, child abandonment, or complete financial independence. The laws of at what age it can happen or if it is allowed at all also vary from state to state.

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There is no emancipation status for this state.

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There are no specific laws regarding emancipation in the state of Tennessee. However, the state does have a list of rules for the process.

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Emancipation laws vary from state to state. If the state has an emancipation law, (only about half of them do) it usually requires the minor to be at least 16.

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This depends on the state laws in which you live. In Alabama once you have a child you are considered an adult. This does not matter if you are twelve or seventeen, if you have one kid you are automatically emancipated in the laws eyes. A good idea would be to see what your state laws are on child birth and/or emancipation.

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Laws vary by state and country, many require a court hearing with the parents either present or writing a notarized letter to the court. To find out about the laws in your state, go to Google.com and type in "Child Emancipation Laws YourStateName"

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Depends on your state laws on when support ends, however if it runs later, file a motion for emancipation.

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The state does not have established grounds nor procedure for the emancipation of a minor.

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There is no emancipation status in this state.

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There is no universal answer. Review your child support documents, divorce decree, separation agreement and state laws. You should find your answer.There is no universal answer. Review your child support documents, divorce decree, separation agreement and state laws. You should find your answer.There is no universal answer. Review your child support documents, divorce decree, separation agreement and state laws. You should find your answer.There is no universal answer. Review your child support documents, divorce decree, separation agreement and state laws. You should find your answer.

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in Texas the age is 16 to file for emancipationAnswerEmancipation laws and the requirements to be emancipated vary from state to state. Many states do not even allow the emancipation of minors.

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From everything I've been told the state currently doesn't have any emancipation laws. It has been brought up in the state but the results are unknown to me.

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The first requirement for emancipation is that you must be a resident of the county that you are applying for emancipation in. No, you may not go to another state and apply.

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There are no emancipation laws in Georgia. Which means you must wait until your reach the age of majority, which is 18.

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Missouri does not have established grounds nor procedures for the emancipation of minors, this includes pregnant minors or those who already have a child. The state does have procedures available through the state department of social services for a pregnant minor/mother to receive limited emancipation to procure public assistance for herself and/or her child.

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If your state or county allows emancipation, the law will specify what forms or format the petition must be in. Consult your local laws to find out if you can apply and where to get the forms.

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The only way a child (anyone under the age of 18) can legally move out of the house is by emancipation. There is no emancipation status in New York. Refer to the link on the left "emancipation laws by state".

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Missouri does not have existing laws nor procedures for the emancipation of minors. The legal age of majority for the state is 18.

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The state does not have established laws for the emancipation of minors.

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