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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emancipation_of_minors

Emancipation of minors is a legal mechanism by which a minor is freed from control by their ... In most states, minors must file a petition with the family court in the applicable jurisdiction, formally requesting emancipation and citing reasons it is ...

family.findlaw.com/emancipation-of-minors/how-do-you-get-emancipated.html

If you are not married or enlisted in the military, or are unable to get parental permission, you may file for a declaration of emancipation in court. Some states ( like ...

family.findlaw.com/emancipation-of-minors/emancipation-of-minors-basics.html

Emancipation refers to a court process through which a minor becomes ... of their choice (provided that the school accepts them), can apply for public benefits, ...

ctlawhelp.org/a-teenagers-guide-to-emancipation

If you are pregnant or have your child living with you and you live with an appropriate relative, apply for Temporary Family Assistance (TFA) from the Department ...

www.wikihow.com/Get-Emancipated-as-a-Teen

In most jurisdictions, either you or your parents can file a petition for your emancipation, with or without the assistance of a lawyer. Contact the Circuit Court in ...

www.coyotecommunications.com/stuff/emancipate.shtml

Seek legal counsel to find out which emancipation laws and conditions apply. Do not use this document that you are reading now as your only guide for trying to ...

www.publiccounsel.org/tools/publications/files/So-you-Want-to-Become-Emancipated.pdf

You can apply for Medi-Cal Minor Consent. Services at health clinics, family planning clinics, or county welfare offices. So, if you are thinking about emancipation ...

www.masslegalhelp.org/children-and-families/emancipation

Most judges will not grant a child emancipated status. However, a child may still file for emancipation in the Probate and Family Court of his or her county despite  ...

www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/emancipation-of-minors-32237.html

The ins and outs of minor emancipation -- what it means and how it can be ... sue or be sued in court; apply for a work permit and keep any income earned from ...