What are the requirements for a teenager to be emancipated in Kansas?
Chapter 38.--MINORS Article 1.--GENERAL PROVISIONS 38-108.
District court may confer rights of majority. That the district
courts for the several counties in this state shall have authority
to confer upon minors the rights of majority, concerning contracts
and real and personal property, and to authorize and empower minors
to purchase, hold, possess and control in their own person and
right, and without the intervention or control of a guardian or
trustee, any goods, chattels, rights, interests in lands, tenements
and effects by such minor lawfully acquired or inherited; and such
minor shall have full power to hold, convey and dispose of the
same, and to make contracts and be subject to all the liabilities
incident thereto, sue and be sued, and in all respects to exercise
and enjoy all rights of property and of contracts in the same
manner and to the same extent as persons at the age of