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How do you get the forms to be emancipated in New York and do you need a lawyer to become emancipated?

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2005-11-19 03:14:59
2005-11-19 03:14:59

The minor must be at least 16-years-old and may represent themselves. He or she will be required to pay all filing fees and attributing court expenses, the average cost is $200. The interested party should contact the circuit court clerk in the county in which they reside for more specific information.

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