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Emancipation of Minor

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1 Emancipation of Minor on Wed Apr 25, 2012 1:19 am

Oinkette


Arresto Menor
I am 16 years old and I'm considering emancipation from my parents. This is not for reasons such as abuse or an immature need for independence. I need advice on a possible technicality.
I am an incoming college sophomore. My parents want me to pursue a medical career (as they both have). I wish to study law.
I am intellectually capable of acquiring scholarships. (I enjoyed free high school education and am currently a merit scholar.) However, financially speaking, my applications are usually denied.
I want to know if, through emancipation, my parents income will no longer be a factor and I could search for scholarships to enroll in a law program which they are unwilling to support.
I understand that my problem isn't as pressing as that of others but nevertheless, I'd appreciate advice. Thank you!

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2 Re: Emancipation of Minor on Fri Apr 27, 2012 10:42 pm

attyLLL


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after legal age was reduced to 18 from 21, there is no longer any emancipation.

enrolling in law studies is possible only after finishing a 4 year course.and it is possible to do so even with any course. stick it out because it doesn't make much difference.

kudos to you for being so passionate to be a lawyer, but i don't see any reason why you should burn the bridges yet.


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