What do you have to do in South Carolina to get emancipated at 16 if you want to get out of your mom's house because she and your stepfather yell way too much at you?
South Carolina does not have laws available for a minor to petition the court for early emancipation. "The age of legal majority in this state is 18 years; until that age all persons are minors." S.C. Children's Code Title 20, Chapter 7, Section: 1. If there is abuse and/or neglect S.C. DSS/CPS office in the county of residence should be notified. Main contact number for S.C. Department of Social Services it (1-803)-898-7318. National Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-392-3738, Youth Crisis Hotline 1-800-448-4463, Youth Emergency Service Hotline 1-800-899-5437. The web site Teenline Online is an organization of teens helping teens to resolve common problems, http://www.teenlineonline.org.
Emancipated means you need a place to live and a job to pay your bills and be done with your education. I doubt that si the case at 15. Contact the Child Protective service and they will have you in a foster home instead until you are old enough to be on your own. Usually you have to be 16 to apply but with abuse it can be different. Abuse has to be proven in…
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Can a sixteen year old terminate legal rights of the parents or become emancipated in South Carolina if parent consents?
South Carolina seceded because of the president election. South Carolina was a southern state, and when Abraham Lincoln became president the South thought that slavery (BLACK PEOPLE) would be abolished. Sense Slavery was the southerners way to get money, they left the Union. South Carolina was the first state to secede.