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In the state of Missouri is an 18-year-old that is still in high school considered emancipated?

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2005-10-29 02:33:37
2005-10-29 02:33:37

Yes, the compulsory education law of MO. is 16, and the legal age of majority is 18. The situation is slightly different if there is a court order pertaining to child support.

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