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Can a 14 year old boy file for emancipation from his mother?

can a 14 year old boy file for emancipation from his mother. his father died recently and the boy lives with his grandparents . She has filed to get his SSI and for welfare . She will not give it to the boy .

03/11/2017   |   Category: Minors » Emancipation...   |   State: Iowa   |   #33756

After a child reaches 18 do I still support the child until they complete high school?

After a child turn 18 does the custodial parent still have guardianship if the child is no longer living in custodial home but is still a full time high school student?

03/10/2017   |   Category: Minors » Emancipation...   |   State: Oklahoma   |   #33732

What are the valid grounds on which a minor may seek emancipation in Illinois?

My parents are always quarreling with each other. I am a minor but I wish to leave my parents’ house by getting an emancipation order from the court. What are the things that the court may require me to state in my petition for emancipation? I am a resident of Illinois.

01/19/2017   |   Category: Minors » Emancipation...   |   State: Illinois   |   #30589

Does a minor seeking emancipation in Illinois required to show cause in court?

My father expired last year. My mom is a habitual drunkard. At present, I am staying with my mom because I am a minor, but I am planning to apply for emancipation so that I can leave my mom’s house and live independently. Do I need to tell the court reasons for seeking emancipation? I am a resident of Illinois.

01/19/2017   |   Category: Minors » Emancipation...   |   State: Illinois   |   #30588

Can a 17-year-old child move out from the child's adoptive parents and stay alone?

I’m 17 years old, and live in Hardin, Illinois with my adoptive parents. They are contemplating a divorce, and quarrels between them are affecting my peace of mind. I no longer want to stay with them. Can I move out, and stay alone?

01/16/2017   |   Category: Minors » Emancipation...   |   State: Illinois   |   #30291

Can a 16-year-old child who is living alone get emancipation from his parents who have abandoned him?

I am 16 years old and living alone because my parents abandoned me. Can I get emancipated from my parents in Iowa?

01/16/2017   |   Category: Minors » Emancipation...   |   State: Iowa   |   #30284

Can I take the payments made to my 17 year old son and give him only a part of it to spend?

My 17-year-old son is working part-time for a café and he has been earning quiet well for being a good waiter. But I do not want him to spend all the money he gets out of it on things other than books and just save the remaining. He is not legally emancipated. Can I take the payments from the employer on his behalf and give him only a part of it to spend?

01/16/2017   |   Category: Minors » Emancipation...   |   State: Michigan   |   #30265

What all are the requirements for a 16-year-old boy for filing emancipation in Michigan?

I am a 16-year-old boy living in Michigan. I have been living with my maternal uncle since the death of my parents. I wish to move out of my uncle’s care and be independent. What all are the requirements for filing for emancipation in Michigan?

01/16/2017   |   Category: Minors » Emancipation...   |   State: Michigan   |   #30264

Is a minor treated as an adult under the Washington law if she gets married?

I am 17 years old and planning to get married to my boyfriend (25 years old). Post marriage, is a minor treated as an adult under the Washington law?

01/06/2017   |   Category: Minors » Emancipation...   |   State: Washington   |   #29605

Can a 17 year old enter into an agreement for granting her child in adoption?

I am a 17-year-old single mother. I am unmarried and unemployed and do not have enough support to nurture and take care of my 6-month-old baby. I would like to give my baby in adoption, which would be in the best interests of the child. Can I enter into an agreement for granting my child in adoption? Will my age be an obstacle for entering into this contract?

01/03/2017   |   Category: Minors » Emancipation...   |   State: Oregon   |   #29330
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