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How do you get emancipated in Arkansas?

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2005-10-27 19:51:03
2005-10-27 19:51:03

In most city and states emancipation is done by going before a judge. I would go to your local court house and ask them what is required.

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{| |- | No, you are not. Being pregnant does not make one an adult. It certainly doesn't demonstrate the ability to take care of ones self. And Arkansas does not have an emancipation statute. |}

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