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. 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.
No because the judge will tell you that you need your parents 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.
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.
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 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.
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.
Foster parents in Florida receive $429 dollars per child per month. This payment is to help cover costs of the child.
There is no emancipation statute in Ohio. Contact child services in your area for help in getting out of a dangerous environment.
in most states you have to be in the system for some odd reason to be emancipated with out your parents consent. if you want to be emancipated because you want to do your own thing like drop out of school or rebel in some ways then it would be hard to understand your parents stand point. if you are legally able to take care of yourself and attend school and provide for your self in every aspect then go the department of social services and ask for their help.
Emancipated the slaves.
I have same problem. In this state (NY) we decide to punish rather than help. We pleaded with the courts to help us help our 20 year old son with 2 DWI's, but no help or referrals. What is this country terming into?
Emancipation laws vary by state, but the aunt would probably have a better chance of being awarded custody/guardianship (and then she could also request that the parents be ordered to pay child support), then you would have of being emancipated. Emancipation generally requires that the minor is capable of supporting themselves, and since you
I was born and raised in Florida so this may help.If you become pregnant and have the baby you are considered an emancipated minor.The minor must be aged 16 or older;The minor must reside independently of his or her parents;The minor must be self supporting (although public assistance or court-ordered child support payments made to the minor would not disqualify the minor from being recognized as emancipated);The minor must not be in need of or receipt of foster care; andThe minor must be living beyond the custody and control of his or her parentsThe parents must initiate the request.If you have no natural or legal guardian and wish to bring an emancipation petition, the court can appoint a Guardian Ad Litem to represent your interests in relation to emancipation proceedings.A minor in Florida is not considered emancipated by pregnancy or having a child or children.The statute simply allows the minor to have limited rights in regards to her child, the right to place the child for adoption, to receive child support and/or public assistance for the child and to consent for medical care.Florida Statute, Title VLIII Chapter 743, Disability of Nonage of Minors Removed
That depends on the state. Having parental permission is a help, but the minor is going to have to show additional things, such as the ability to support themselves financially.
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Yes...it is possible to move out of your parents house without there permission in the state of Nebraska. You have to go to a judge and you can get emancipated but prove that you have somewhere to live...You can do this beginning at the age of 16. But when you do this, be sure its fo real cuz if you cant make it on your own and you go to your parents for help, they can just as easily kick you out or say no as easily as you moved out... GOOD LUCK!!! :>)
You are a minor and can not do that without their help. To move out without parental consent you have to be 18 in Florida. If there is a abuse the CPS can help you and maybe then the court will grant you early emancipation but you will most likely be 18 before that. For the other ways to move out you still need their consent; marriage, early emancipation and joining the military. Even if they give you permission to move now they are still responsible for what you do and what happens to you.
What is emancipation?Emancipation is a legal way for children to become adults before they're 18. Once a child is emancipated, his or her parents don't have custody or control of him or her anymore.If you are emancipated, you can do some things without your parent's permission, like:Get medical care;Apply for a work permit;Sign up for school or college; andLive where you want to.If you are emancipated, you will give up the right to be supported by your parents. Even if you are emancipated:You must go to school;You can't get married without your parent's permission; andYou will go to juvenile court if you break the law.Note: If you have a legal guardian, all of the information in this section about "parents" applies to your legal guardian and your case, too. How do I get emancipated?There are 3 ways to get emancipated:Get married. You need permission from your parents and the court.Join the armed forces. You need permission from your parents, and the armed forces must accept you.Get a declaration of emancipation from a judge. To get a declaration of emancipation, you have to prove ALL of these things:You are at least 14 years old.You don't want to live with your parents. Your parents don't mind if you move out.You can handle your own money.You have a legal way to make money.Emancipation would be good for you.Click here to learn about the steps get a declaration of emancipation.Is emancipation forever?Usually, yes. But the court can cancel your emancipation if you lie to the court or if you can't support yourself anymore.Do I have other choices?Yes. If you don't want to live with your parents you can:Get counseling or mediation with your parents;Go to live with another adult (like an aunt, uncle, grandparent, or family friend);Get help from public or private agencies; orMake an agreement with your parents to live somewhere else.
Proving to the courts that you could take care of yourself would help. Actually, it would be a strict requirement. Nevertheless, 15 is very young. You will have a hard time getting emancipated. Try to work it out with your parents. If there is abuse, seek help immediately.
I'm 17, I now live in Fl with my older siser. I have agood job and am able to take care of myself. I'm finished with school now. My parents don't have a problem with me not living with them. The only reason I think I shuld get emancipated is because if anything ever happened to me, a doctor couldn't do anything to help me without my parents being there. With them living almost a thousand miles away, that's not very comforting. Anyone know what I would need to do? Would I need to go back to Virginia to get emancipated? If I go back would I just go to the court house to talk to someone there?