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What can you do if your mom fights the emancipation?

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2005-09-29 19:16:29
2005-09-29 19:16:29

In that type of court hearing the judge would decide what affect a parent contesting the emancipation of the minor would have upon the case. In many of the states that allow early emancipation, the minor must have parental permission before filing or hearing the petition, therefore depending on the state where you reside, the issue might not be relevant.

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