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What are the laws on being emancipated in Wisconsin?

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2009-07-07 18:51:15
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The state laws are unique in the designation of what constitutes an emancipated minor basically Wisconsin law says (paraphrasing) emancipated minor status includes (1) A married, divorced or widowed person who is at least 16-years of age. (2) A minor who has GIVEN birth (pregnancy does not qualify). (3) A minor who has been emancipated by court order. (4) A minor emancipated by parental consent. (5) A minor living on their own who is self-supporting. Court rulings made concerning such laws vary greatly. Judges tend to interpret emancipation law on a individual basis rather than prescribed application of established statutes. Actually,Wisconsin has no laws on emancipation.

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