I don't believe "stress" is enough to get emancipated. Whatever reason you were put in a hospital really isn't as relevent as it was a mental hospital. I would talk to a school counselor, or see your local courthouse for the statutes. I think emancipation laws are different for all states. I think abuse, and neglect are relevent reasons.. it just depends on your state. Beings that you are almost 18, I am not sure it's a benefit, as much as a waste of resources.
Yes you can seek emancipation at 16 in Illinois.
They may be emancipated, but it is not automatic.
Since New York doesn't have an emancipation statute, the answer is no.
A teen can get emancipated at the age of 16 up to 18 in the state of Illinois. The teen will need to hire their own attorney and show proof that they can take care of themselves.
Sure, if you get your parents permission
not unless your emancipated.
You have to be 18 to move out or go to court to become emancipated.
NO, you petition the court to be emancipated against your parents will. You will however have to show that you are Mentally, Physically and Financially able to cope with life just as you would be required to as an adult.
A social worker, and in some cases such as abuse, you could contact the cops and request that you take your parent/gaurdian to court to get emancipated.
No, once a minor get married they are emancipated.
You don't get emancipated with parental consent the judge decides if you are emancipated or not... * Illinois 'emancipation of mature minors act' states: "No order of complete or partial emancipation may be entered under this Act if there is any objection by the minor, his parents or guardian"
Illinois Legislative Civil Statute, Chapter 750/30. "Rights and Remedies/Family"
Yes, but you cannot own property without being emancipated.
We don't know to be "what" to vote 18, to drink 21, to be emancipated 18, to drive 16.
As long as you are emancipated, you can move in. When you become emancipated it means, even though age wise you are not, legally you are an adult. You can sign contracts and make all the decisions, and deal with the responsibilities of, being an adult.
yes u can
You are still underage. If your parents are providing support for you, then it may be wise to delay the emancipation.
I'm assuming that the stepdad is the one who abused you....are the court dates for the abuse? If you haven't already...you need to tell someone. As soon as you do that you will be taken out of that environment. In order to be emancipated you have to be able to fully support yourself financially. You have to able to live on your own. Since this is not likely.....if your household is not good for you....you can see about going to court to have guardianship taken away from your parents and given to grandparents or aunt and uncles.
Yes. A person who is legally married is considered emancipated and responsible for him/herself.
Fisher cats can live in Illinois if they are kept in a environment where they can thrive. They are often kept in zoos.
John Deere invented the steel plow in Illinois to till the prairie soil. Engineers reversed the flow of the Illinois River. Canals were dug. Highways have been built. Illinois also has many tall buildings and many people live in this state that impact the environment.
Yes. You have to apply for emancipation, then after you've been granted - you can live with anyone you want.
Meet the requirements of the Emancipation of Mature Minors Act Chapter 750, ILCS 30. Must be at least 16 years old.