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What are the emancipation laws in Illinois?

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2005-12-14 02:47:05
2005-12-14 02:47:05

Emancipation of Minor Statute: 750 ILCS 30/1 et seq. The Child must be 16 or 17. The Parents or guardian must agree according to the statute, but Court occasionally waives. The Court may completely or partially emancipate minor. Court must find the minor has: o A sound mind, o The capacity and maturity to manage his or her own affairs o and the emancipation promotes best interest of the minor and the family.

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