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    what are the terms ,conditions and age limits of emancipation

  • #2
    Originally posted by jw1234 View Post
    what are the terms ,conditions and age limits of emancipation



    Listen.

    In Florida, the PARENTS must file for emancipation.

    Not the child.

    The PARENTS.

    So let's forget it - your girlfriend isn't going to be emancipated, okay?

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    • #3
      did i ask for back sas or answers? ty for nothin but if you arent answering my questions then plz step off

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jw1234 View Post
        did i ask for back sas or answers? ty for nothin but if you arent answering my questions then plz step off


        Is the person already living independently from their parents?

        Are they earning enough money to make full market rent, utilities, food, clothing, health insurance, transportation, sundries AND make good grades AND have both parents willing to sign?

        No?

        Then it's not happening.

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        • #5
          your sarcasm is pissing me off severly

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          • #6
            Originally posted by jw1234 View Post
            your sarcasm is pissing me off severly

            There was nothing sarcastic there.

            Just plain old reality.

            Have you read ANY threads about emancipation in Florida?

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            • #7
              yes but this might be diff because of the abusive eviroment in which she lives in . im sorry if i was rude im jus reaching the end of my temper

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              • #8
                Originally posted by jw1234 View Post
                yes but this might be diff because of the abusive eviroment in which she lives in . im sorry if i was rude im jus reaching the end of my temper

                No, it makes no difference.

                We went over this in the other thread/s. She's not leaving, and she's not going to be emancipated no matter what you say and no matter how many "what ifs" or "yeah, but"s are thrown in.

                I'm sorry - I know that's not what you want to hear. But it's reality.

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                • #9
                  Other threads are:
                  http://www.laborlawtalk.com/showthread.php?t=280623
                  http://www.laborlawtalk.com/showthread.php?t=280662
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                  • #10
                    There are NO circumstances whatsoever in which the state of Florida will emancipate a minor unless first, BOTH PARENTS sign the petition and second, that minor has the means to pay EVERY CENT of her own support with NO help whatsoever. That means that she, and she alone, can pay every single cent of her rent (market rate - not a token for living in someone else's house); utilities; food; clothing; transportation; medical care; insurance; school fees and supplies; staples; and all the other incidentals of life, while simultaneously going to school and getting better than average grades.

                    If she is being abused (which you did not mention before - before it was about their not allowing you to see her) then call CPS. Otherwise, you need to start getting your head around a few facts here, one of which is that you do not have any rights or control in this situation.
                    The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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                    • #11
                      And keep in mind that if you call CPS, they could possibly remove her from the home and put her in foster care, which can be a whole different nightmare for her. AND they don't usually remove the kid for 'emotional abuse' aka 'they won't let me see my adult boyfriend'. Unless there is obvious physical abuse or sexual abuse, she's staying. AND, making false statements to the authorities can also put you in jail, in case you had that idea.
                      I am not an attorney, and don't play one on TV. Any information given is a description only and should be verified by your attorney.

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                      • #12
                        Das ist in der Doktor!

                        Originally posted by jw1234 View Post
                        your sarcasm is pissing me off severly
                        You want sarcasm ?
                        OK, here’s some from a pro.

                        You are behaving like a fly buzzing around a pile of stink who’s only accomplishment is to annoy people and risk getting a good swat.

                        ..________________
                        ~ I deplore stupidity,
                        I’m happy to admit to mine,
                        and even happier,
                        … when I can point out yours.
                        Last edited by drruthless; 09-05-2011, 11:06 AM.

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