You'd have to prove to the court that it would be in your best interest to be emancipated, which means you would have to have a very valid reason for it. In addition, you'd have to prove that you are capable of fully supporting yourself without any assistance. The court could require other things as well. You need to check the laws of your specific state for the requirements. Be aware that not all states have an emancipation statute.
In order to get emancipated you have to live in a state that has an emancipation law. Tennessee does not have one.
18, unless you get emancipated.
Ask your recruiter. He will be familiar with the applicable laws and Army regulations.
To become apart of a first nations your mom or dad has to be a first nations. if they do not get you registered when you are a baby you would have to get them to sign papers from the reserve that they are from and get your mom or dad to sign them.
yes it is still your child and it they are your parents
If your School Districts won't sign a paper. talk to your parent if they are Willing to sign the paper or you can call Districts to find out about detail to move you another school.
yes you can because when i was 16 i was emancipated from my mom because we did not get along but when your 18 she can no longer tell you what to do.
I think you would have to take mom to an attorney and get her to get a power of attorney, other then that you cannot legally sign anything for her.
You would need the signature of the person who has custody of you at the time.
By withdrawing them from the school district.
Contact your local shelter and they will help you. You are smart to protect yourself.
No, at 15 you would not be ready to be an adult so the court would put you in foster home.
At 13 you cannot get emancipated. Those states that allow it require you to be 16 and able to support yourself with no help.
A court order of emancipation must consider all persons with a parental interest in order to be valid.
It does not sound like you know what being emancipated means. Being emancipated is where a minor under the age of 18 no longer wants their parents to be responsible for them and wants to be considered an adult by the state. This would mean that you would have all the rights of an 18 year old at the age of 16. If your mother has custody of you and you have no problem with her then i would see no reason to try to get emancipated.
Neither action is a legal option. Emancipation of a minor can only be granted by the court, a parent signing a "paper" for the minor to be emancipated does not grant the minor emancipation rights. A parent cannot be forced to enter into such action by the minor child, the other parent or a court of law. The only exception would be if the court terminates parental rights for reasons of abuse and/or neglect of said minor, which then allows the minor to be made a "ward of the state", not emancipated.
Arizona has no emancipation statute.
Your mom's permission doesn't negate the need to go through the courts. To be emancipated, it has to be on file, which your mom cannot do.
get the age of her mom and subtract it by the age of demi
Not really your mom has to have custody of you to sign for you to get married in another state. ...Yes. You are still under-age. If you have the baby, you can then be amancipated.
If he didn't sign his rights away then i believe he never lost any rights and can stop the adoption
Regardless, child support continues until age 21. see link
Yes, if she signs adoption papers.
both can sign. some hospitals will question depending on the age difference between the parents