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The act or process by which a person is liberated from the authority and control of another person.
It may be absolute or conditional, total or partial.
A partial emancipation disengages a child for only a portion of the period of minority, or from only a particular aspect of the parent's rights or duties.
Sometimes it is one of the events which cuts off the obligation of a divorced parent to pay child acquittal, deliverance, deliverrnce from bondage, discharge, enfranchisement, extrication, freedom, liberatio, liberation, liberty, manumission, pardon, possession of full rights, release, release from custody, reprieve, salvation, setting free, unshackling Associated concepts: complete emancipation, emancipation of minors, Emancipation Proclamation, express emancipaaion, implied emancipation, partial emancipation Country: United States of America State: Maryland I am 17 years old and would like to know if I would be able to file for minor emancipation.
The term is primarily employed in regard to the release of a minor by his or her parents, which entails a complete relinquishment of the right to the care, custody, and earnings of such child, and a repudiation of parental obligations.
The emancipation may be express—pursuant to a voluntary agreement between parent and child—or implied from conduct that denotes consent.
I have been working to save money for an apartment when I turn 18 years old to move out.
However, my parents have now decided to refuse to pay for my college tuition and refuse to help me purchase a car if I decide to move out in my own apartment when I'm 18.