722.4 Emancipation by operation of law or pursuant to petition filed by minor with family division of circuit court. Sec. 4. (1) Emancipation may occur by operation of law or pursuant to a petition filed by a minor with the family division of circuit court as provided in this act. (2) An emancipation occurs by operation of law under any of the following circumstances: (a) When a minor is validly married. (b) When a person reaches the age of 18 years. (c) During the period when the minor is on active duty with the armed forces of the United States. (d) For the purposes of consenting to routine, nonsurgical medical care or emergency medical treatment to a minor, when the minor is in the custody of a law enforcement agency and the minor's parent or guardian cannot be promptly located. The minor or the minor's parent shall remain responsible for the cost of any medical care or treatment rendered pursuant to this subdivision. An emancipation pursuant to this subdivision shall end upon the termination of medical care or treatment or upon the minor's release from custody, whichever occurs first. (e) For the purposes of consenting to his or her own preventive health care or medical care including surgery, dental care, or mental health care, except vasectomies or any procedure related to reproduction, during the period when the minor is a prisoner committed to the jurisdiction of the department of corrections and is housed in a state correctional facility operated by the department of corrections or in a youth correctional facility operated by the department of corrections or a private vendor under section 20g of 1953 PA 232, MCL 791.220g; or the period when the minor is a probationer residing in a special alternative incarceration unit established under the special alternative incarceration act, 1988 PA 287, MCL 798.11 to 798.18. This subdivision applies only if a parent or guardian of the minor cannot promptly be located by the department of corrections or, in the case of a youth correctional facility operated by a private vendor, by the responsible official of the youth correctional facility. (3) An emancipation occurs by court order pursuant to a petition filed by a minor with the family division of circuit court as provided in sections 4a to 4e.
No, a 15 year old cannot be emancipated in Michigan. You must be at least 16.
In Michigan, a minor must live with their parents or guardians until they are 18 years of age. A minor can always hire an attorney and try to get emancipated.
In Michigan you have to be at least 16 in order to file a petition for emancipation.
If you are emancipated, yes. Other than that, no.
If you are an emancipated minor, yes. Otherwise, no.
generally people move out at 18, but with parental permission or if you are emancipated you can when you are 17 (you can emancipated if your parents are failing to provide you with support). If you are not emancipated then you cant move out at 17. Living on your own is a lot harder then you think and should be thought about before moving out unless parents are not providing support.
They can if they have been emancipated. Michigan does allow a 16-year-old to petition the court for emancipation. But be aware that Michigan
By growing up and not be a minor anymore. Or get emancipated.
A 16 year old can get emancipated in Michigan. Parental consent is not required, but the judge may factor it in.
She cannot. The minor must be at least 16 to petition for emancipation in the state of Michigan.
Not without parental consent.Added: A child is not considered emancipated in Michigan until they are 18 years.
Depends on the state your living in.
No, your ability to get pregnant does not make you a legal adult.
Not unless you have parental consent or is emancipated.
Michigan Revised Statutes, Chapter 722, Section: 4 Part of the requirement of becoming emancipated is that the minor be competent to handle all of their personal affairs without the assistance of any adult.
In general, emancipated children are not eligible for child support - they are considered adults.
You became emancipated naturally when you turned 18 so no.
The majority of people living in Michigan earn their living from the land. This might include farming or fishing careers.
No. Becoming a parent does not emancipate a minor.
Not unless you get emancipated,
Being pregnant will not make you an adult. They are still the parent's responsibility.
Unless you have your parents permission you have to wait until you are 18.
people in Michigan make a living by getting a job and buy thing that they need
No. If your parents allow it, you can move in with another person. You cannot own property without being emancipated.