An emancipated child is considered an adult. They are entitled to receive any benefits assigned to them. If they are not emancipated, the money will go into a trust for them.
I'm sorry but you are too young. The age of majority in Alabama is 19 years old. You can only apply for emancipation if you are 18 years old. Read more in the link below.
You go before a judge and prove you can support yourself and your child. He will decide if you have the proper income and the means to be emancipated.
There should not be a problem. They can register themselves if they meet the requirements for attendance.
File a court motion.
Become emancipated. Get a lawyer and go before a judge.
If your child is an emancipated minor and you are required by law to pay the child support then those responsibilities to pay the child support do not just go away. You are supposed to go to family court and take your case there. Just because your child is an emancipated minor does not mean that you are not supposed to pay child support any more.
Yes, if there's a significant change in either parent's circumstances, or one child has emancipated or died.
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.
Yes. A child can only be emancipated after a court has held a hearing, and the court finds that emancipation is in the child's best interest.
Only if the child is emancipated. Child support never ends automatically, you have to go to court for it.
Depends. If you are over 18 you are all ready an adult. If you are under 18 you are a minor with a child. The fact that you have a child doesn't mean you are an adult. To become legally emancipated you need to go before a judge and prove you can support yourself and the child.