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No laws are filed, but you probably have to file a petition with the court. But the laws vary from state to state, but many states don't allow emancipation.

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What do you need to do to be emancipated in the state of Georgia?

The state does not have established laws for the emancipation of minors.


How can a 16 year old get emancipated without a parents permission?

It will depend on the laws in your state or location. You do not need parental permission to get emancipated, but you must meet the other requirements.


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Do you need parent consent to get emancipated?

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What do you need to do to get emancipated and can you still get emancipated if you don't have a job?

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Can a minor be emancipated from one parents without being emancipated from the other?

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Can you get emancipated if you are about to be a father?

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How much does it cost and what do you need to do to be emancipated in the state of Georgia?

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Can you get a piercing if you're emancipated?

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Do you need work permit if you are emancipated?

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How can a 19 year old be concidered emancipated?

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How do you access a last will and testament?

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Can a 12 year old be emancipated in Texas?

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If you are an emancipated minor do you need parental permission to get married?

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If you live with one parent and want to be emancipated can the other parent sign to do so?

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In Arizona are you automatically emancipated at age 18?

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What happens in divorce case if the plaintiff failed to send the defendant a copy of the trial brief that was filed with the court saying copy accidently shredded so defendant has no witness list etc?

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Can an eighteen year old be emancipated?

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