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I'm not entirely sure what you're asking. But, if you live in the US... If you're about to be legally adopted, then your biological parents parental rights will be terminated (and your adoptive parents will gain those rights). Therefore, there's no need for emancipation from your biological parents, because they'll no longer have rights over you. Now, if what you're really asking is can you be emancipated in order to then be adopted--no. That's not the purpose of emancipation. In order to be adopted, your adoptive parents have to go through the normal legal process, which includes termination of parental rights (and that can be voluntary or involuntary, but to terminate involuntarily, they need a very good case).

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Q: If you do not live with your biological parents but live with a legal guardian and are about to be legally adopted can you be emancipated from your biological parents?
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Can a ward of the state of Florida be emancipated from a legal guardian if they have never been legally adopted?

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What are the rights of an adopted minor who is also a parent and if over sixteen are they legally able to leave there residence with the adoptive parent?

A pregnant minor or one who is already a parent is not emancipated apart from regarding their health or the child. And adopted children are legally like the biological ones to the adoptive parent. This means you are not emancipated until you are 18 and can only then decide where to go or move.


Can a adopted child go back to biological parents if he wants too?

Not as long as he is a minor. When 18 and emancipated he can do what he wants. When adopted you legally become a member of the new family and is no longer a member of the biological one. They are not allowed to search for you until you are 18 and you have to follow your new family's rules and if they say no to contact your biological family you have to follow that.


Is adopted fathers children considered next of kin?

If they have a biological relative then no, a brother is a closer relative than an adoptive father is. Legally though, if you are the only guardian/ relative then you will be next of kin.


Can an adopted child contest a will made out to biological heirs?

Legally a adopted child has the same rights as a biological child when it comes to inheritance so yes.


When the father passes away and he has adult biological and adopted kids who has the most rights to the fathers' estate?

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Can a seventeen year old move out without being legally emancipated in Georgia?

You need to have a legal guardian until you are 18.


Does an adopted parent have to give biological parents visitations rights?

No. When a child has been legally adopted the parental rights of the biological parents have been terminated and they have no rights regarding the child.


Should a custodial mother file a child support modification when her child was legally adopted?

Who legally adopted the child?If the mother's new husband legally adopted the child, then the biological father's parental rights had to be terminated first. Which means that the biological father is NOT obligated to pay child support anymore. The new adoptive father has taken on all rights and responsibilities for the child.


At what age can an adopted child move out?

A legally adopted child will be treated as any other minor. Their adopted parents have the same rights and responsibilities as a biological parent. So, the answer is probably 18.


Can you legally move out at age 17 without parental consent in Nevada?

Generally, no. The age of majority is 18. Until you reach the age of majority, or are otherwise legally emancipated, you need your parents' or guardian's permission to move out.


If your stepfather never officially adopted you and your biological mother is your only guardian can your stepfather legally kick you out of the house as a minor if both your parents live there?

The owner of the house can kick anyone out unless they pay rent but your mother can not kick her minor child out. That is illegal. So this would be on her shoulders, not his.


What are your inheritance rights as an adopted child?

A legally adopted child has all the rights of a biological child for purposes of inheritance under the state laws of inheritance and intestacy.


If a minor child no longer lives at home is the parent still responsible for the child legally?

Yes, unless the child has been emancipated, or is in the care of the state or another guardian.


How old must you be to file a restraining order?

You must be considered to legally be an adult, or have been "emancipated" by the courts. If you are a minor your parent/guardian must initiate the court action.


Can a biological child lose her rights to be consider on father estate if she was adopted?

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Do biological and adopted nieces and nephews have equal rights to inherit?

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When a adopted kid turns 18 do they have legal rights to the documents of what happen to them before they were adopted you got documents that are about her when she was with her biological parents?

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How do you change your adopted last name back to your biological last name?

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Can a stepparent file a lawsuit if the school administrators refuse to discuss the reasons the school wants to have the child tested for possible learning disabilities and a potential IEP?

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Can biological siblings get married if one was adopted and has a different surname on their birth certificate?

yes and no. Yes because you see, in the UK (I'm not sure about in America) you can legally marry an adopted sibling.But.....If one sibling is adopted then they are not biological siblings. This is because they would have different biological (birth) parents, so the adopted child would be that... adopted.So to cut a long story short, if you are in the UK yesTo cut it short NO you cannot marry a biological sibiling adopted or not, that is incest.


If you get emancipated is it ok to have a legal guardian help support you?

If you get emancipated, you don't have a legal guardian; that's part of what "emancipated" means. If you're asking if you can ask for support from your former legal guardian, then sure, it's okay for you to ask. And it's okay for them to say "no." Or "No, but you can come back and live here again if you want." You're legally an adult, and you can live with any other adult that's willing to put up with you. If you need support in order to survive, then the court erred in granting you emancipation in the first place.


When you emancipate yourself from a parent with full custody can you legally appoint your self a new gaurdian?

Why? You just emancipated yourself. The court isn't going to revoke that and appoint someone else as a guardian. If you aren't willing to take the responsibility to take care of yourself, you are not ready to be emancipated.