Findings necessary to order that minor is emancipated:
The court may enter an order declaring the minor emancipated if, after a hearing, it is found that: (i) the minor has entered into a valid marriage, whether or not that marriage has been terminated by dissolution; or (ii) the minor is on active duty with any of the armed forces of the United States of America; or (iii) the minor willingly lives separate and apart from his parents or guardian, with the consent or acquiescence of the parents or guardian, and that the minor is or is capable of supporting himself and competently managing his own financial affairs.
So, it sounds like your parents have to agree to it and that you might have to be at least 16+ yrs old.
Depends on the minor. You have to fill the criteria to be emancipated by the court or it wont happen. You can also get married.
If a person in the state of West Virginia is a ward of the court they cannot be granted emancipation. Probation does not affect emancipation in West Virginia.
How do you get emancipated in the state of Missouri?
She is emancipated regarding her health and her child. That's it.
Virginia: If either of you are under 18 years of age, you must have written, notarized consent from a parent or your legal guardian. Regarding marriage of an emancipated minor--according to a pamphlet published by the Virginia State Bar: "A minor who has been judicially emancipated does not need consent of a parent or guardian to marry." (NOTE: For others reading this, that is not the case in every state. In some states, even if a minor is emancipated, they still must have parental consent in order to get married.) Are you already emancipated? If not, and your only purpose for becoming emancipated is to be allowed to marry...well, you would still have to meet all the requirements for emancipation.
A 15-year-old cannot be emancipated in Virginia. You must be at least 16.
can a miner who was adopted from the state of indiana become emancipated
In the state of Virginia does a minor of the age 16 need parental consent to be emancipated to her boyfriend who has been together for 2 years.
You are emancipated when you turn 18.
The minimum age for emancipation of a minor in the State of Virginia is 16-years. VFC, Title 161, Chapter 11, Article 15, Sections: 331-334.1
Yes, you are emancipated through the marriage. Not through the pregnancy.
Not unless she marries him first or is legally emancipated.
Once you are emancipated, you are an adult. You can go where you wish.
In virginia, 18 unless you get emancipated.
No, just having a baby doesn't make you emancipated in any state.
in Washington state a minor can legally be emancipated at the age of 16
Yes, If you are at least 15 and in the state of Virginia you can. The laws vary from state to state. Many states don't allow emancipation. In all states you have to show that you can support yourself, which is fairly difficult for most teens that haven't gotten out of high school yet.
If you are emancipated, and at least 16, yes you can get married. Marriage is another way of getting emancipated.
No, not in any US state does having a baby make you emancipated.
No, you are not emancipated.
If you are a minor and pregnant that doesn't give emancipation. To be emancipated you need to prove you can support yourself and the baby before a judge. The judge will listen and ask questions to determine income and other factors and grant emancipation or not.
In order to get emancipated you have to live in a state that has an emancipation law. Tennessee does not have one.
Sorry, no such status in the State of Tennessee.