Where can you get emancipation papers at?
Your county courthouse.
Â§ 16.1-331. Petition for emancipation. Any minor who has reached his sixteenth birthday and is residing in this Commonwealth, or any parent or guardian of such minor, may petition the juvenile and domestic relations district court for the county or city in which either the minor or his parents or guardian resides for a determination that the minor named in the petition be emancipated. The petition shall contain, in addition to the information required by…
That depends on the state you are in. In most of the states, the child reaches the age of majority at 18, so there is no need to file emancipation papers. For those where the age is 19 or 21, you file them at the local court house. They can help you get the proper forms and set up the court appearance.
First of all, the minor needs to live in a state that has emancipation statutes that would allow them to apply. The States' laws, available on the state government web site, will provide the basic information necessary to file for emancipation, and define the correct format for the petition or the forms that must be used.
First of all, you have to live in a state that allows emancipation. If you do, and your parents are willing to sign, you need to petition the court using the forms prescribed for your state. The state government website will have the laws which will tell you what must be done and what the requirements are.
Which would be better you becoming a legal guardian of a 17 yr old or him filing emancipation papers?
Does your mom still have to sign your emancipation papers if you are 2 months pregnant and you are 16?
You have to check the laws for your state to see if they even have emancipation. The format is usually specified in the statute. That will depend on the jurisdiction. Many states and counties have web sites with forms available. Check your county website for forms that are available. They can also help you get a court date for the hearing.
Theoretically a person who is at least 16-years of age can file a petition for emancipation rights in the appropriate court in the state in which they live. The reality is such petitions are very seldom granted, and those few that are can be modified or rescindable at the discretion of the court. Emancipation of minors is not as simple nor as permanent as it is often presumed to be.
This probably won't be possible, no matter what state you are in. For more state-by-state information, or perhaps even some legal help, you could try the Juvenile Law Center. The child emancipation page is linked to the right. * That is not possible. In the few US states that allow the emancipation of minors a petition must be filed in the state court of the county where the minor resides. A court date is set…
Neither action is a legal option. Emancipation of a minor can only be granted by the court, a parent signing a "paper" for the minor to be emancipated does not grant the minor emancipation rights. A parent cannot be forced to enter into such action by the minor child, the other parent or a court of law. The only exception would be if the court terminates parental rights for reasons of abuse and/or neglect of…
My mom gets social security for me and I do not live with her if she is willing to sign the emancipation papers can I get government assistance?
You won't be able to receive the same SS payment that she is receiving for you, because you will now be an emancipated self-supporting adult. However, you can probably file for whatever other state or federal aid is available to you. Talk to yoru local Social Serivces office. If you can't support yourself, now is not a good time to be thnking of emancipation.