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  • I have a questions for you. Since i'm emancipated do I still have to have my parent sign for me to get a tatoo in arizona. And if not would i have to bring the emancipation papers with me to get a tatoo.thanx for answering all my questions.

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    Question: Who can apply to be emancipated in Arizona?

    Answer: You must be sixteen or seventeen-years-old to apply for emancipation. You have to be a resident of Arizona and be able to prove that you can support yourself. The court will give you information about the risks and consequences of being emancipated as well as your rights and obligations as an emancipated minor. You cannot apply for emancipation if you are a ward of the court or in the custody of a state agency.

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    On 01/13/06
    Nicole from AZ said:
    hey, im nicole. i want to be emancipated from my mother and go live with my dad. i have plenty of resons why to be emancipated, but i don't know how old i have to be, or if i truly want to go live with my dad that lives all the way across town, if i leave i will leave all my friends! what do i do?
    On 11/21/05
    Jennifer from AZ said:
    Okay I need some help! I just turned 15 a week ago and I really want to be emancipated! I have really good reasons...is there any way I can be emancipated I have a job and I have a place to go I already have a plan. I want to be emancipated because I am always verbally abused and I am thretend all the time that I am going to be beat! I am always brought down and I cant take it any more! I want to be emancipated so bad and I would really love it if some one could help! If you lived a day in my shoes you'd understand! Thanks Jennifer
    On 10/14/05
    Fiona from AZ said:
    Even before you get emancipated, right away, you need to talk to Social Security about having someone besides your father be the one who gets your social security. This can be a social services agency or a person. If this money is available to you, you may be self supporting for purposes of the emancipation law. At least it will be used for your benefit.
    On 09/12/05
    Sad Gurl from AZ said:
    if my dad is an excessif drinker and will not get help am i able to get emancipated? i will be living with one of my relatived if i do become emancipated does that stop my chances of becoming emancipated? my dad dosnt have a job and neglects my and my older brother! he spends my money i get from social security on him self and i dont see a dime of my money and i get close to 900 a month
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