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If you were emancipated in Florida and moved to West Virginia are you still legally emancipated?


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Answered 2013-02-28 04:10:20
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Yes, assuming the person has the actual emancipation decree from the court and not just the filing petition.

Or the person reached the legal age of majority of 18 or was emancipated by enlisting in the active military or married both of which would have required parental consent.

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