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In which state you may be emancipated at age thirteen?


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2007-06-24 17:09:48
2007-06-24 17:09:48

There is absolutely no state in which a thirteen year old could be emancipated.

In a case where a child may be living in a situation of parental abuse, the state would step in and take custody of the child until the minor reached the age of 18.

The state would then place the child in either foster care or into a youth center until the age of 18.


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