Emancipation

Form FM-064 Petition for Emancipation

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Form FM-064 Petition for Emancipation

INSTRUCTIONS: PETITION FOR EMANCIPATION (FM-064)

 

According to §3506-A of the Maine Revised Statutes, a juvenile who is 16 years of age or older and refused to live in his or her parent’s, guardian’s, or custodian’s home may file a petition with the District Court in the division the parents, guardian or custodian resides.   

“Petition for Emancipation FM-064 Step 1”

On the first line, fill in your full legal name along with your age, where you were born and your date of birth. 

“Petition for Emancipation FM-064 Step 2”

On the second line, check whether you are a male or female.

“Petition for Emancipation FM-064 Step 3”

On the third line, check where you currently reside, even if you are still living with your parents.

“Petition for Emancipation FM-064 Step 4”

On the fourth and fifth lines, state the name of your mother and father and where they currently live.  If they are deceased, leave the lines blank and fill in line six.

“Petition for Emancipation FM-064 Step 5”

If you have a guardian, state their name and address on the sixth line of the petition.  If you do not have a guardian and your parents still have legal custody, leave the sixth line blank.

“Petition for Emancipation FM-064 Step 6”

State the person(s) who owned the home you were living in on line seven and provide reasons why you refuse to live there any longer.  If you need more room than the space provided, check the “See attached” box.

“Petition for Emancipation FM-064 Step 7”

The eighth paragraph states that you can provide reasonable provisions for room, board, healthcare, and education because of proper employment.  If you have sources such as teachers and employers to verify your maturity and financial stability, list their names under the paragraph.

“Petition for Emancipation FM-064 Step 8”

 Sign and date the form and provide your current address. 

“Petition for Emancipation FM-064 Step 9”

Section three of §3506-A states that the court may require mediation so an agreement can be reached without a trial.  If an agreement is not reached in mediation, the court will notify all parties involved of the date of hearing, the consequences of the emancipation, and each party’s right to counsel.

“Petition for Emancipation FM-064 Step 10”

The emancipation is made public unless any party involved wants the matter to stay private.

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Form Emancipation Objection Packet

Form Emancipation Objection Packet

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Form Order Appointing Guardian Ad Litem

Form Order Appointing Guardian Ad Litem

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Form 04-1604 Affidavit in Support of Establishing Paternity

Form 04-1604 Affidavit in Support of Establishing Paternity

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Form Emancipation Petition

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Form Emancipation Petition

INSTRUCTIONS: PETITION FOR EMANCIPATION (DELAWARE COUNTY)

 

There is no specific statute in Pennsylvania that addresses emancipation except for emancipation from child support.  Pennsylvania is unique.  The legal status of the minor may move in and out of emancipation, and most cases do not automatically qualify a minor for emancipation.  Additionally, just because a child qualifies for emancipation does not mean they are fully emancipated from their parents. 

If a minor wants to become emancipated, to join the military for example, they must file a petition with the local Family Court Division of the Court of Common Pleas.  The following instructions address the petition in Delaware County. 

“Petition for Emancipation Step 1”

In the first paragraph, you need to list your full legal name along with your social security number.  In the line above the first paragraph, write the word “emancipation.”

“Petition for Emancipation Step 2”

In the second paragraph, you have to list your full birthday in the following form: oo/oo/oooo.  On the second line, place the name of the county in which you were born, and the state in the third line.

You need to attach a copy of your birth certificate to the petition.  The birth certificate must be a certified copy and cannot be a photocopy.

“Petition for Emancipation Step 3”

In the third paragraph, list the name, relationship, and address of your parents or guardian.  If you do not know the location of a parent, inform the Court Clerk.  If you parent is deceased, write their name, relationship, and write deceased on the address line. 

“Petition for Emancipation Step 4”

In the fourth paragraph, list your current residence and when you first moved into the residence.

“Petition for Emancipation Step 5”

In the fifth paragraph, tell the court how you are capable of handling your own finances.  You’ll need to list your current employer on the last line, and you can attach a wage statement to the petition for evidence to the court. 

“Petition for Emancipation Step 6”

In the sixth paragraph, tell the court how you can manage your own personal and social affairs.  If a peer such as a teacher, coach, or other person can prove your maturity, attach a statement to the petition. In the last line, state where you plan to live if emancipated.

“Petition for Emancipation Step 7”

Sign and date the petition.  Give all forms to the clerk. 

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Form Emancipation of a Minor Petition Packet

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Form Emancipation of a Minor Petition Packet

INSTRUCTIONS: EMANCIPATION OF A MINOR PETITION PACKET 

 

“Emancipation of a Minor Petition Packet Step 1”

You must meet all qualifications.  You cannot use the forms in this packet if you’re a ward of the court or you’re legally married.

“Emancipation of a Minor Petition Packet Step 2”

You need to fill out all of the following forms in this packet in black ink:

1. Juvenile Emancipation Information Sheet- you need to complete everything except the case number.  Once the clerk stamps the case number, you’ll use this case number on all other forms.

2. Motion to Seal Court Record for Reasons of Confidentiality- you need to complete this form if you wish to keep the case information private.

3. Petition for Emancipation of a Minor- click on the following link for instructions for this form: https://www.azcourts.gov/Portals/34/Forms/Emancipation/PetInstructions.pdf

4. Consent to Emancipation of a Minor- this form is not required, but a parent who consents can complete this form and sign it in front of the Clerk of Court or Notary Public.

Once you submit the forms, the court will provide you with a date, time and location of the hearing by mail. 

“Emancipation of a Minor Petition Packet Step 3”

You need to acquire two packets—one set of originals and one set of copies.  Copies should include the following:

·  1 copy of Petition for Emancipation of a Minor

·  1 copy of Consent to Emancipation of a Minor if a parent or guardian signed

·  1 copy of Motion to Close Court Record for Reasons of Confidentiality

“Emancipation of a Minor Petition Packet Step 4”

Take the original forms and copies to your local Clerk.  You can find contact information for your local Clerk of Court within the government pages of the telephone directory. 

“Emancipation of a Minor Petition Packet Step 5”

You’ll have to pay your filing fee.  If you can’t pay the filing fee at this moment, you can fill out an application for a deferral.  A judge may also grant a waiver for the fees.

“Emancipation of a Minor Petition Packet Step 6”

Once the petition is filed, the court will schedule a hearing within 90 days.  The court will notify all parties that need to attend the hearing and provide a date and time. 

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Form Order on Petition for Emancipation

Form Order on Petition for Emancipation

INSTRUCTIONS: PETITION FOR EMANCIPATION OF A MINOR

 

§78A-6-801 through §78A-6-805 allow minor 16 years or older to ask the Juvenile Court for emancipation.  The following forms are needed to declare emancipation in Utah:

· Petition for Emancipation of a Minor

· Notice of Petition for Emancipation of a Minor

· Order on Petition for Emancipation of a Minor

· Declaration of Income and Expenses

· Order Appointing Guardian ad Litem

The forms are located at the following link: https://www.utcourts.gov/resources/forms/emancipation/

“Petition for Emancipation of a Minor Step 1”

In the heading, provide your full legal name, current address, and your main telephone number.  Provide the district number and the name of the county.  The Clerk of Court will provide the Juvenile No.

“Petition for Emancipation of a Minor Step 2”

One the fourth line, provide the name of your school regardless of whether or not you’re currently attending school.  On the next line, list the date when you started living apart from your parents.

“Petition for Emancipation of a Minor Step 3”

Line six requires you to attach your Declaration of Income and Expenses.  This documents shows that you have legal income and are capable of providing for yourself. 

“Petition for Emancipation of a Minor Step 4”

Line seven asks for you to explain why you want to become emancipated as well as why you believe you can live independently from your parents, guardian or custodian.  If you need more room, attach a separate document.

“Petition for Emancipation of a Minor Step 5”

The next three lines ask for the legal names and addresses of your parents or guardian.  If you do not know the address of a parent, provides steps you have taken to contact the parent. 

“Petition for Emancipation of a Minor Step 6”

The next two lines ask for other people that are entitled to notice of the emancipation and their relationship to the petitioner.

“Petition for Emancipation of a Minor Step 7”

The next two lines ask if you’re a dependent child or the probation ward of the juvenile court.  If you’re a ward, provide the name of the probationer officer on the next line and state whether you’re in state custody on the next line. 

“Petition for Emancipation of a Minor Step 8”

Sign and date the bottom of the form in front of Notary Public at the Juvenile Court. 

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Form 04-1604D Paternity Witness Statement

Form 04-1604D Paternity Witness Statement

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Petition for Emancipation of a Minor

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Petition for Emancipation of a Minor

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Form Emancipation Service Packet

Form Emancipation Service Packet

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