There is no requirement that a parent pay for college unless there is a support agreement in place. And given that they are emancipated, they are supposed to be on their own and no longer need any help from the parents..
Yes, but you have to be able to fully function without the help of parents. Check this website out: www.jlc.org
No because the judge will tell you that you need your parents help.
No. Getting pregnant does not make you an adult in the eyes of the law. You may be able to get help for the baby, but it does not relieve the parents of their responsibility to take care of you. And one of the key factors in getting emancipated is being able to demonstrate the financial and mature ability to handle one's affairs.
No you don't need to have a job to be emancipated. A judge decides through a court case in which you parents and yourself state a case for or against your emancipation. You have to prove to the courts that you are capable to support yourself i.e. own place to live, money to pay bills. without help of the state a job would help.
in order to get emancipated you have to prove that you are able to take care of yourself without help
You need to have permission from your parents and be able to show the court that you can support yourself financially without the help of any friends, relatives or social agency.
No, the emancipation laws around the world include both parents or guardians, not just one. A child who wants to be emancipated is stating they can support themselves without the help of an adult.
if you go to court and get legally emancipated from your parents, its like being 18 so you could move anywhere. But you have to be able to prove that you can support yourself fully without any help from your parents first and have a good reason why you want to be emancipated. Its a long process and if you are turning 18 in the next 6 months i would just wait.
You can seek help, but it would be almost impossible at 16 -- the height of homronal imbalance -- to prove your parents are depressing you. To be emancipated, you need to show the court that there is sufficient need, that you can support yourself financially without any outside assistance and you have your own place to live, apart from friends and other family.
If you seek emancipation through the court they will only grant it to you if you can support yourself. If you could when emancipated and then things change you have to check the state rules for that. Then you should have the same rights as everyone else.
Foster parents in Florida receive $429 dollars per child per month. This payment is to help cover costs of the child.