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Civil Action No. ___ ___ JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR THE PARISH OF ___ STATE OF LOUISIANA EMANCIPATION OF ___ ___ PETITION FOR JUDICIAL EMANCIPATION Petitioner, ___, is domiciled in ___ Parish,
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FAQ

Minor emancipation laws vary by state, but most state courts charge a filing fee of between $150 and $200. You must file the petition with the court and notify your parents or legal guardians (required by most states). Then the court will schedule a hearing.

You may find it helpful to talk privately with a lawyer about emancipation. You can call Statewide Legal Services (800-453-3320) or apply for a lawyer at the nearest Juvenile Court.

It's possible to become emancipated without going through a complicated court process, but the options are limited and require a parent or legal guardian's permission. In some states, if you get married before reaching the age of majority, you may become emancipated without a court's permission.

You are at least 14 years old. You do not want to live with your parents. Your parents do not mind if you move out. You can handle your own money. You have a legal way to make money. Emancipation would be good for you.

Emancipation of minors is a legal mechanism by which a child before attaining the age of majority (sometimes called a minor) is freed from control by their parents or guardians, and the parents or guardians are freed from any and all responsibility toward the child.

► So take your time in making this decision. If you will be 18 in six months or less, there isn't time to complete the court process which takes four to six months. If you decide emancipation is the right option for you, you must go through some specific court procedures.

► So take your time in making this decision. If you will be 18 in six months or less, there isn't time to complete the court process which takes four to six months. If you decide emancipation is the right option for you, you must go through some specific court procedures.

The most common way to be emancipated from your parents is to petition the court. To be emancipated, you'll need to be at least 14 to 16 years old, depending on your state, and be able to prove that being emancipated from your parents is in your best interest.

It's possible to become emancipated without going through a complicated court process, but the options are limited and require a parent or legal guardian's permission. In some states, if you get married before reaching the age of majority, you may become emancipated without a court's permission.

If you need a lawyer to start this process or you need to defend yourself and you cannot afford a lawyer, the juvenile court or probate court may appoint one for you at no charge. There will be a hearing within 30 days in front of a judge to talk about the emancipation petition. Only a judge can order an emancipation.