No emancipation is only done by a judge. If you have not been to court, you are not emancipated.
This would vary from state to state, but the short answer is yes. Of course, I assume you mean legally. In 1974, at the age of seventeen, in the state of California I moved into an apartment with a roomate and finished high school as an emancipated minor. If you are married at seventeen you do not need to be emancipated.
You still have to stay with your parents until you are emancipated by the court so you wont need one. Once you are emancipated you can have one. If you have moved already with their consent you can have a roommate.
Unless he/she is emancipated, yes.
She lived in Arlington, Virginia, before she moved.
He moved to Florida in 1996.
If she is still a minor and not emancipated then Yes, The Legal Guardian can still be held financially liable for the child's actions.
The parent is responsible for the child as long as the child is under the age of 18. However, if the child is legally emancipated, the parents are no longer responsible for the child.
Virginia was founded to make money for the colonists that moved there.
He was born in Florida, but later moved to Utah.
she never moved to Florida that i know of
His family moved to Florida in his infancy
my 18 year old moved out of the home W/o permission. he is still in high school. he choose not to live with his father either but with an aunt. The aunt is trying to make me pay child suport. Am I legally obligated, with him being 18 and moving out?
No your spouse can not change the locks as you both are legally married.
The first time she moved to Virginia she was a baby in arms and came with her parents. The second time, she moved to Virginia as the wife of James Madison who lived there his whole life.
If you are not an emancipated minor, they can legally bring you home until you are 18 (or of mature age if not US). In Canada if you are 16 you can choose to live with a different adult so long as that adult is willing to be your legal guardian and your parents will not be able to stop you. My brother moved in with me when he turned 16. I think there are a couple states that are 17, but otherwise you will have to be emancipated.
Until they are of adult age and/or emancipated, yes.
yes you have the right to move out whan you want, I moved out a 16. yes you have the right to move out whan you want, I moved out a 16. you can move out if you get married, or emancipated. to get emancipated you have to go through alot of legal issues, have a job, be able to support yourself, and get it approved. I'm sorry to whoever answered your question, but I've never heard anything like that. unless you have parents permission, and they buy the house, you shouldn't, i said shouldn't not it's impossible, be able to move out when your 16. legally.
At least one party must have lived in the state of Florida for at least six months before filing the divorce papers. You must have one of the following : a. A valid Florida license, Florida ID, or Florida voter registration card; b. An affidavit of corroborating witness; or c. Testimony from someone who will say that you have lived in Florida for at least 6 months.
Montgomery, Alabama was the initial confederate capital city. The confederate capital moved to Richmond, Virginia. The last Confederate capital was Danville, Virginia.