INSTRUCTIONS FOR EMANCIPATION PACKET (Removal of disabilities of nonage of minor) (Compiled by Sherry Coker) IMPORTANT PLEASE READ IF NOT PROPERLY COMPLETED AND PARTIES NOT PROPERLY SERVED, YOUR CASE
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How to become an emancipated minor if you are under 18 and ready for independence emancipate yourself with help from these tips you will need a state allowing emancipation a mediator and your parents agreement optional child protective services and an attorney step 1 check the law in your state to see if it allows emancipation each state is different misconduct by a parent can lead to emancipation if this is the case and you need assistance contact Child Protective Services in your area step 2 use a mediator to avoid involving the courts a mediator is trained to help you and your parents communicate with each other and reach a mutual agreement step 3 contact an attorney specializing in minor emancipation if your problems are not solved with the help of a mediator attorneys are expensive but often can be found at low-cost rates or even pro bono check with your state's legal aid office step 4 file your case with the court the jurisdiction will vary from state to state but in some cases the circuit court will hear your case your attorney will help you fist up step 5 gather your information and present your case to the court make sure you are specific about your reasons for wanting emancipation and include information about how you will care for yourself step 6 get your parents to agree to the emancipation in many states this is an essential part of the emancipation process emancipation means responsibility so be sure you are ready did you know actress drew Barrymore successfully petitioned juvenile court for an emancipation decree at the age of fifteen