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In Oklahoma if another adult files for emancipation of a 17-year-old boy can his parents stop it?

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The age of emancipation is 18, even in Oklahoma.

You have to be emancipated. You can even divorce your parents in some states. Oklahoma can grant relief from 'the disabilities of being a minor' but doesn't have emancipation.

Oklahoma emancipation laws only gives minors the ability to enter into contracts and conduct business. It does not give them the right to establish a separate residence from their parents. The state of Oklahoma also recognize "partial" emancipation as an alternative to complete emancipation. In these instances, the child will be awarded certain rights, such as the right to manage their own money or the right to choose their own school but will still fall under their parents' supervision for all other matters.

The parents are responsible until the kid is 18 unless the child gets emancipation.

{| |- | No they cannot. Pregnancy does not confir emancipation. Until they are adults they remain the responsibility of their parents. Being a parent under the age of majority does not change that. One must be at least 16 to be considered for emancipation. |}

Tennessee Sorry, there is no emancipation status in this state.

Emancipation is a noun meaning freeing someone from the control of another, such as freeing slaves or minor children being released from their parents' control.The emancipation of Southern slaves was finally announced in 1863.To end his parents' control of his carer, the teenage actor filed for emancipation."During the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation to free slaves in the southern states."Gaining the right to vote in the United States was considered one step in the emancipation of women."

New York Sorry, there is no emancipation status in this state.

The parents or guardians can file for emancipation of a minor, the minor may not apply.

The parents or guardians can file for emancipation of a minor, the minor may not apply.

If you are a pregnant minor seeking emancipation from your parents, you will need to talk to a lawyer to have this done.

I believe the automatic age of emancipation in Colorado is 19. But I moved out of my parents house when I was 18. I believe the automatic age of emancipation in Colorado is 19. But I moved out of my parents house when I was 18.

Emancipation can result from a mutual agreement between the parents and the child or it can be ordered by the court, in spite of the parents' objections if the child can show that they are no longer reliant on the parents for support. Emancipation also occurs when the child reaches the age of majority (usually 18) unless the parents can show that the child is mentally unfit to care for himself / herself.

A minor can only petition for emancipation in the state in which they are a legal resident, so you can't just go to another state and do it.

Emancipation refers to freedom, or being let go. An example of emancipation in a sentence might be, "The teenager requested emancipation from her abusive parents, and the courts happily obliged."

As of 2014, there is no law that allows for the emancipation of a minor child from parents. Parents are required to care for the child until he or she reaches 18 years of age.

If the law allows emancipation, the minor can file. The parents do not have to consent for the court to consider the application.

No. Emancipation happen either by turning legal age (18) or by applying for emancipation by the court (if that is available in your state). Parents alone can not emancipate you.

Not without her parents permission. Simply being pregnant/having a child does not make one emancipated. As a matter of fact, in Oklahoma you can't even ask the court for an order of emancipation. Not every state has emancipation laws, and OK is one that doesn't. OK considers anyone under the age of 18 to be a minor. That means your parents have the authority to decide where you can/can't live. If you leave home without their permission then they can have you picked up by the authorities

Certainly, when you turn 18. Until then your parents are responsible for you. There is no emancipation statute to allow you to leave earlier.

No it is not possible to get emancipation in secret. The court will want to know how they feel about it before granting emancipation.

Oklahoma law states that anyone under the age of 18 is a minor, and therefore your parents/legal guardians have the authority to decide where you can/can't live. If you leave home without their permission then they can have you picked by the authorities. In Oklahoma you can't even ask the court for an order of emancipation. Not every state has emancipation laws, and OK is one that doesn't. no you must be a male to do that, don't ask me why I'm a male and still don't understand it.

Emancipation can result from a mutual agreement between the parents and the child or it can be ordered by the court, in spite of the parents' objections if the child can show that they are no longer reliant on the parents for support. Emancipation also occurs when the child reaches the age of majority (usually 18) unless the parents can show that the child is mentally unfit to care for himself / herself. Should emancipation be granted, the parents are no longer responsible for the child's care and well-being and have no authority over the child's decisions, finances or property.


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