A 16 year old female does not need parental permission to get emancipated in the state of Oklahoma. The minor will have to hire their own attorney and have a judge grant the emancipation.
No, you have to be at least 16. And even then it's REALLY hard to get emancipated. I am 17 and found out today that I can't be emancipated without parental consent.
Missouri does not have an emancipation statute.
Its legal because the female is ove 16.
You have to be 16 years old.
You became emancipated when you turned 18.
Yes, if the 17 year old is emancipated then they are considered an adult. They can make their own decisions and get married if they want. Parents can not stop an emancipated child from doing anything, the court considered an emancipated child to be 18 years old.
She is not yet an adult at 17. No, she is not emancipated and her parents are still responsible for her.
There is no emancipation statute in the state of Missouri.
Not very many Its harder if you are a female
The state's legal age of majority is 18.
Not automatically. She can petition the court for emancipation if she is otherwise eligible under the laws of her state.
No, you are not emancipated automatically when you have a child. It does not mean one has the ability to take care of yourself. You do have certain rights as to obtaining assistance for you and your child, but you are still the responsibility of your parents until you turn 18.
Georgia does not currently have an emancipation statute.
No, childbirth and pregnancy does not emancipate anyone in the US.
Yes but both her and them better be aware of that they are responsible for everything she does. She is not emancipated.
Yes, emancipated means you have to live like an adult. Your parents will no longer be obligated to support you. There are usually more requirements than that.
Once she is married she is emancipated, not before that.
Yes, Tennessee has an emancipation statute. They have to present the court with the appropriate documentation and references.
If she is legally emancipated (by the courts) then yes. If over the age of majority, which is now 18, she does not need anyones approval. If she is under the age of 18 and not legally emancipated, then she will need her parents approval. Certain ages require the Minister of Home Affair's approval. See the Children's Act of 2005