If you are emancipated you can live anywhere you want. And, yes, you will be expected to pay rent! One of the most common rules to become emancipated is that you show you can support yourself.
You either have parental consent to move, is emancipated by the court (if your state have that option), emancipated through marriage or is emancipated by turning 18.
If i become emancipated at 17 can I move in with a friend who is 22?
yes you can get emancipated in kansas
Once a person is emancipated they can live in their own apartment or home. The emancipated can also live with a sibling or other family member if they choose.
If you are legally emancipated by marriage or a court order, you can live with whomever you want. You are now considered to be an adult.
She would need to become emancipated in order to live on her own at that age.
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No, you are medically emancipated, but you are not emancipated legally to make your own choices and live where you please.
Only with parental permission unless he gets emancipated by the court or through marriage.
That is the purpose of getting emancipated. You are responsible for your own housing arrangements.
im 17 i live in Massachusetts can i be emancipated if im in dss
i am 17 and live in mossouri and am in foster care can i get emancipated? please answer
You must be either 18, or emancipated by the court. For fees you could file and go to court, but must prove reason to be emancipated from parents.
I think this depends on if the foster parents would take your friend back or not. If your friend moved out of the friends house she would have to by law move in with another foster family because she isn't a legal adult. I think that is the way it goes unless your friend got emancipated from the foster care system and can live on her own.
If you live in the US, an 18-year-old is a legal adult and therefore does not need to be emancipated.
No, they cannot. And no judge is going to emancipated two minors so they live together.
Certainly. If you live in a state that allows emancipation, not all of them do. Most will consider you emancipated if you get married (not pregnant, married!).
In order to get emancipated you have to live in a state that has an emancipation law. Tennessee does not have one.
If the judge allow you to be emancipated yes.
If you are emancipated, your parents really can control this decision or the money that you will spend on it. So, yeah I think that if you can afford it, your emancipated and you have an idea of a place to stay, sure. you can.
First, you must live in a state that allows it.
If they are emancipated, yes.
The minor may live where ever they want, the have been emancipated, they may control their own lives with no involvement from parents.
They are emancipated and can live where they wish. They are responsible for their own housing and sustinance.