In Michigan you have to be at least 16 in order to file a petition for emancipation.
No, a 15 year old cannot be emancipated in Michigan. You must be at least 16.
She cannot. The minor must be at least 16 to petition for emancipation in the state of Michigan.
You must be 18 to sign a lease agreement in any state, or you have to have been legally emancipated.
state law rules----- in NJ you would be emancipated at 12 years old the moment you delivered
You are emancipated when you turn 18.
They can if they have been emancipated. Michigan does allow a 16-year-old to petition the court for emancipation. But be aware that Michigan
A 16 year old can get emancipated in Michigan. Parental consent is not required, but the judge may factor it in.
If there is abuse, the state will take custody and put them into foster care. If the 16 year old has a job and can support themself, they might be able to get emancipated, but the 15 year old cannot.
According to Kansas state law. You must be 18 years old to be emancipated.
No, your ability to get pregnant does not make you a legal adult.
Not unless you have parental consent or is emancipated.
Legally, no, a 17-year-old is not considered of legal age in the State of Michigan until they are 18. Michigan Legislative Codes, MLC 7221-et.seq.-MSA 25.244(1).
No. Becoming a parent does not emancipate a minor.
Depends on how old you are and what the age of consent in your state is.
Not without parental consent.Added: A child is not considered emancipated in Michigan until they are 18 years.
How do you get emancipated in the state of Missouri?
There is no emancipation status in this state
In Michigan, you have to be at least 16 years old in order to petition the court for emancipation. http://www.bostoncoop.net/lcd/emancipation/michigan.html
AnswerA 15 and a **12** year old? No, you canï¿½t be emancipated at those ages. What you can likely expect (with a 12-year-old parent-to-be) is that there will be an investigation into the situation.
Missouri does not have an emancipation statute.
Parents are responsible financially for a 17 year old in Michigan who voluntarily moves out of the house unless the teen is completely emancipated. Teens can be partially emancipated, which means parents can still be responsible for certain things.
Not every state has emancipation laws, and I don't believe that Wisconsin does.
Yes, if the 17 year old is emancipated then they are considered an adult. They can make their own decisions and get married if they want. Parents can not stop an emancipated child from doing anything, the court considered an emancipated child to be 18 years old.
In the state of Indiana, Yes, if emancipated.