CA Courts Explanation of Emancipation 4 pages MC 301
CA Courts Explanation of Emancipation 4 pages MC 301
§7002.   Emancipated minor; description

A person under the age of 18 years is an emancipated minor if any of the following conditions is satisfied:

(a) The person has entered into a valid marriage, whether or not the marriage has been dissolved.

(b) The person is on active duty with the armed forces of the United States.   (Does not affect Child Support Orders???)

(c) The person has received a declaration of emancipation  pursuant to Section 7122.
Explanation of Emancipation on CA Courts Self Help Site

LawHelp.org  just put in your Zip Code and click thru to Family Law – Then Emancipation, Teen Help, etc.

Emancipation Pamphlet   MC-301*   1995 Rev.  Judicial Council of CA

EMANCIPATION OF MINORS LAW

GENERAL PROVISIONS …………………………… 7000-7002
EFFECT OF EMANCIPATION ……………………….. 7050-7052
COURT DECLARATION OF EMANCIPATION
General Provisions ………………………….. 7110-7111
Procedure for Declaration ……………………. 7120-7123
Voiding or Rescinding Declaration …………….. 7130-7135
Identification Cards and Information ………….. 7140-7143

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2 comments on “Emancipation of a Minor

  1. My soon is 18 years of age and a senior in high school. He has just joined the National Guard. He will be 19 in May 2017. He starts boot camp in July.

    I am currently paying child support and my question is will I be continuing the child support. The court order is in the state of Oregon.

    He also only attends 2 classes in school this year. ?

    • This website is just for general and educational purposes. I’m not an attorney and thus cannot answer your specific question as that might be considered the unlawful practice of law. Check out our page on when does child support end.
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      Here is the answer on the Oregon Courts website.

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      How long does child support have to be paid?

      In Oregon, a child is entitled to be supported by his or her parents until the age of 18. Also, the Courts and the Child Support Program http://www.oregonchildsupport.gov/ have the power to order that support continue when the child is 18, 19, and 20 years old if the child is attending school according to legal standards. But if a child is married, self-supporting, or in the military, the child is usually considered to be emancipated and the parents support obligation ends.

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