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What would you have to do to get emancipated so you can live with a family that is not related to you?


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Answered 2005-05-26 14:59:17

You would need to get legally emancipated by the courts. This is easier if you have parental permission. If you don't, you could still try contacting a local attorney. If there is physical abuse contact the police immediately.


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Once a person is emancipated they can live in their own apartment or home. The emancipated can also live with a sibling or other family member if they choose.

You either have parental consent to move, is emancipated by the court (if your state have that option), emancipated through marriage or is emancipated by turning 18.

yes you can get emancipated in kansas

To get emancipated you would have to go to the courts and prove you can live on your own. Then you will have to do things on your own because your parents would not be legally responsible for you anymore.

If you are legally emancipated by marriage or a court order, you can live with whomever you want. You are now considered to be an adult.

No, you are medically emancipated, but you are not emancipated legally to make your own choices and live where you please.

family are the people you are related to, the household is who you live with

That is the purpose of getting emancipated. You are responsible for your own housing arrangements.

If you are emancipated you can live anywhere you want. And, yes, you will be expected to pay rent! One of the most common rules to become emancipated is that you show you can support yourself.

It is possible in some states but you would generally need to be legally emancipated since you are currently a minor. Contact a family lawyer in your state for more information.

i am 17 and live in mossouri and am in foster care can i get emancipated? please answer

im 17 i live in Massachusetts can i be emancipated if im in dss

Talk to an attorney that specializes in child custody and family law.

To get a legal guardian, a family to live with and to be supported by his parents. Being abandoned does not mean you are on your own or emancipated or that a judge will emancipate you.

you would need to be emancipated...why would you want to move out?

No. Your family are the people you're related to. The household is the house that you live in.

Unless you are legally emancipated, you're parents have control over where you go to school, what state you live in, etc. If you are 17, it is most likely that you aren't emancipated yet, and your parents have complete power over where you live. You could take this issue to court and do what you can to be legally emancipated before the age of 18, and you'd be able to live wherever you wanted to.

Living with someone who is 24 doesn't make you emancipated. To become emancipated you need to hire a lawyer ( a cheap one runs 90.00 an hour) and file the paper work with the court ( there will be filing fees and court fees). The court makes the decision concerning your emancipation.

At 16, you need parental permission anyways just to be emancipated. But with parental permission, I think she can live with her boyfriend. The only problem would be that she's a minor and he's not, but I think she is much less a minor when emancipated.

If there is abuse or neglect involved, you should contact your local Social Services office or the police. You can become emancipated with a court order; if you do not become emancipated because of the abuse/neglect you will be ordered to live with another family member or someone else appointed by the court.

If you live in the US, an 18-year-old is a legal adult and therefore does not need to be emancipated.

The criteria to get emancipated means being able to provide for yourself, pay your own bills etc. You can't do that without a income.

If "The Family" being referred to is the Manson Family, then the answer would be the U.S.

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