answersLogoWhite

0

  • Parenting and Children
  • Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out
  • Age of Consent & Underage Relationships

What are the emancipation rights of an 18-year-old who is a parent?

User Avatar

Wiki User

βˆ™ 2006-07-30 17:25:00

Best Answer
Copy

at 18, you are a legal adult. * The exception to the legal age of majority of 18 is the State of Nebraska where the legal age of adult is 19.

2006-07-30 17:25:00
This answer is:
πŸ€“
🀯
πŸ€”
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +5 pts
Q: What are the emancipation rights of an 18-year-old who is a parent?
Write your answer...
Submit

Related Questions

Does becoming a parent enable emancipation in Nebraska?

Nebraska does not have an emancipation statute. Being a parent does not change ones age. However, you do have rights when it comes to taking care of your child. If you are not safe contact your local social services to get help.


What are the rights of a parent in Illinois for run away child?

It is unclear what you are asking about. What rights? If the child is below the age of emancipation they are a minor and the parents ber the responsibility for the chiold. (????)


How do you get your mom to sign emancipation papers without taking her to court?

Neither action is a legal option. Emancipation of a minor can only be granted by the court, a parent signing a "paper" for the minor to be emancipated does not grant the minor emancipation rights. A parent cannot be forced to enter into such action by the minor child, the other parent or a court of law. The only exception would be if the court terminates parental rights for reasons of abuse and/or neglect of said minor, which then allows the minor to be made a "ward of the state", not emancipated.


How does emancipation affect juvenile rights?

Emancipation gives the legal rights of adulthood to the emancipated minor.


Does Maryland have emancipation laws?

Not really. Maryland relies on common law. It is possible to petition the court for emancipation. There are several things the court will look at: * A parent has abandoned the minor * A parent mistreats a child * A parent no longer wishes to have control over the child and is willing to relinquish his/her rights and obligations to the minor * A minor is self-supporting


Can a 14 year old be with a 18yearold?

Legally hanging out yes but to have intercouse no.


If one parent wants to emancipation a child and the child is moving out of the state What is rights those the other parent have?

Parents do not "emancipate" a child. A child is emancipated by attaining the age of majority (as defined by each State) or becoming self-supporting.


Does Florida have emancipation laws?

Florida has emancipation laws. Emancipation means the act of removing disabilities of nonage. By emancipation, an person will be given all the rights and responsibilities of an adult.


Automatic emancipation for teenage parents in South Dakota?

No there is is not. Having a child does not make one an adult, it just makes you a parent. You are still the responsibility of your parents. You do have rights when it comes to your child.


Can a Maine parent put her 16 yr old child in foster care after he has ran away from home Maine rights for parents?

Check Maine State laws about emancipation


Custodial parent denies Noncustodial parent visitation rights in Mississippi?

Unless visitation rights for the non-custodial parent were allowed in the divorce paperwork, the custodial parent is completely within their rights to deny the non-custodial parent visitation....however, the non-custodial parent may sue for visitation rights.


Can a child seek emancipation from one parent at age 14 in California?

No, in the states where early emancipation is available you have to be minimum 16yo.


Does a parent with visitation rights have custodial rights?

Generally a parent with visitation rights is a non-custodial parent. You need to check the court orders. See related question link.


In Ohio does the parent of a minor have to agree on an emancipition?

Ohio does not have an emancipation statute.


Can a child seek emancipation from one parent in california at age eleven?

no


If a parent stops communication and scheduled visitation with their child is it assumed that he is waiving his rights?

No. A parent has parental rights and rights under a visitation order until those rights are modified or terminated by a court order.No. A parent has parental rights and rights under a visitation order until those rights are modified or terminated by a court order.No. A parent has parental rights and rights under a visitation order until those rights are modified or terminated by a court order.No. A parent has parental rights and rights under a visitation order until those rights are modified or terminated by a court order.


Can a noncustodial parent sign his rights over to his parents?

A noncustodial parent cannot sign his rights over to his parents or voluntarily terminate his parental rights. He needs the permission of the court and the custodial parent.


Can a custodial parent deny the visitation rights to non-custodial parent in mobile Alabama?

If the court has awarded you visitation rights, then you have those rights legally and they cannot be denied by the custodial parent.


In state of Ohio can a minor child sue own parent?

No, a minor can not sue their own parent in the state of Iowa. A child can file for emancipation from a parent in the state.


Can a 14 year old have emancipation rights?

See link


What civil rights words begin with an E?

Emancipation Proclamation


Do child molesters have any parental rights in West Virgina?

A parent has parental rights until they have been terminated by a court order.A parent has parental rights until they have been terminated by a court order.A parent has parental rights until they have been terminated by a court order.A parent has parental rights until they have been terminated by a court order.


As a step parent do you have any rights to an unadopted child?

As a step parent you do not have rights to your partners children unless you adopt them.


Is the non custodial parent or grand parents legal if the custodial parent is not present?

Parental rights are paramount to "grandparents rights". In most jurisdictions there are no such rights.


Can a teenager file for a divorce from one parent?

Yes, it's called emancipation.