Absolutely. In the few states that allow emancipation of minors, the minor must be at least 16-years of age and have verifiable proof of sufficient independent income to support themselves. The minor must prove to the court that they can pay for housing, food, clothing, medical care, transportation and educational expenses as required by the state compulsory education laws. The minor must also file the petition themselves and pay for all filing fees and court costs. The average costs of filing an emancipation petition is between $200 and $300. It is a fallacy that every minor is entitled to emancipation rights. The reality is, emancipation decrees are rarely granted. In addition any such granting of a decree can be rescinded by the issuing court at the court's discretion.
You should bring proof that the child has been emancipated to the court that issued the child support order and file a motion to terminate the order.You should bring proof that the child has been emancipated to the court that issued the child support order and file a motion to terminate the order.You should bring proof that the child has been emancipated to the court that issued the child support order and file a motion to terminate the order.You should bring proof that the child has been emancipated to the court that issued the child support order and file a motion to terminate the order.
No, fourteen is much too young. Most places require the minor to be at least 16 and show proof of support to get emancipated.
In order for a minor to be emancipated, they have to show proof that they can provide for thierself. If another family member is caring for them, then they do not qualify for emancipation.
Religions present "proof" all the time. They call it the Bible. However, if you are looking for any scientifically and logically backed proof, than you are never going to get anything that is real evidence.
declared, but without proof to judge some one without having proof
To move out at that age you must be legally emancipated from your guardians. It is a big legal process and you have to show a judge proof that you can live on your own. You have to have a job and be able to fully support yourself. If there is something going on at home that makes you want to leave then talk to people...other family members, guidance conselors, church officials, etc. Good Luck.
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.
No. However, in many states one can get married with proof of pregnancy, and marriage results in emancipation.
Proof of truth can be anything you use to support your claims. Proof of truth can be documents, pictures and testimony.
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You will have to petition a judge with proof of pregnancy from your Dr, proof of a stable living environment for the married couple, and proof of income for the married couple. The judge will then decide what he/she thinks is best in the situation.
If you live in a state that allows emancipation you will need to go before a judge and prove that your situation will be improved by becoming emancipated - you will need to have proof of income, a steady job, be attending classes towards your high school diploma and usually permission from one or both of your parents.
That's is not true I am a 17 year old who is emancipated in ga u gotta be 16 wit a job and proof of a place to stay also there is an long process to go through court and what not Georgia does not have an emancipation statute. There is no way to get emancipated other than getting legally married. The age of majority is 18.
Marriage to the child's father would be the best proof, I suppose.
If you have actual proof that items were missing when your car was impounded you can show the proof to the judge that is hearing your case. If you do not have proof, and already signed the paper releasing your car there is not much you can do.
If you live in a state that allows it, petition the court. It will normally take some character witnesses and proof that you can support yourself.
They could go after you, but that would mean proving to a judge that you actually did sign the lease as a guarantor. It would come down to who the judge believed, and probably a comparison of signatures by the judge. Anything could happen, but the burden of proof would be on the landlord, and it would be tough.
In a civil case, the burden of proof lies on the plaintiff. They must show enough evidence to prove their case to the satisfaction of the judge.
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Anything that requires money is a proof of cash.. the payment for the expenses, or anything you get through the use money is a proof of cash: buying, use of transportation expenses, paying for the services rendered, collection of income etc.
well you need to emancipate yourself from them, so you'd need a valid reason and proof, you'd most probs have to go to court. The other way to be emancipated is if your pregnant or you get married..but you'd need parental permission to do so..
Yes, but you have to show proof for this argument and present it to the courts and the judge.
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yes you should because if you wanna complain to the judge that the lanlord isn't doing anthing you will have proof that your paying rent. because the judge can say ooo MAYBE hes not doing anything because your not pay rent either way it looks u have to pay your rent
If she is married, she is considered emancipated. For a legal contract she may have to show proof of marriage.