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  • I was wondering if anyone who has emancipated themselves could tell me their story. Im going to be 15 in January and I want to start saving money so once that I am 16 i can emancipate myself. I've looked a lot into it and I feel that it is best for my situation. According to Oklahoma laws" The minor must prove that he or she has a way to be financially supported and that they have been living outside the home for a period of time away from the parents" I was wondering how I could save money and get a job before I am 16 and what jobs are there other than babysitting? How hard is the process if you can prove there has been emotional abuse in the house and that's the reason for wanting to leave? And if you cant prove it how hard is the process then? Once you emancipate yourself you can live on your own right? If so how hard is it living on your own? I know this is a lot to answer but thank you in advance
  • I was emancipated but that was due to getting married at 16. This is NOT something that I would advise. You sound smart and capable of doing research. That's good. Look through your local newspaper and take note of how much the rents are in your area. Ask friends who are living on their own how much their utilities run every month (to get a general idea). Depending on where you live, you may need to pay for water and trash pick up. You will probably eat about $50 a week worth or groceries ($200 a month) but if you are unsure, ask friends who are living on their own how much their grocery bill runs. Remember, besides food you will need bathing supplies, cleaning supplies, and school and work supplies. Will you be needing a car for transportation to work? Add in car maintenance, gas and insurance. Or bus or cab fares. If you don't have a washer and dryer, try to estimate how many loads of laundry you create and look into the local laundromat for prices. Do you plan on having internet or a phone? Research the prices that people are paying (the advertised rates don't include all of the mandatory fees and taxes). Will you have furniture of your own and dishes, towels, microwave, etc.? If you want them, look how much they cost. In the next week or two, look around at all of the things that you'll need to live on your own. Open a checking account and a savings account. My parents taught me about this stuff when I was only 10 years old so I'm sure you can learn to handle it. I was lucky because my parents taught me about the real prices of living on my own and how to budget. You need to know how much it costs to support yourself. Then you will know how much each month you will need to earn (remember that if you work for a company, taxes will probably take about 25% of your check). If you research your subject and start now you may be able to do it. The courts will want a stable environment for you so you will need a steady income, preferably one that includes health care (that you will need to pay for). The courts aren't going to emancipate someone who will need to apply for welfare and I really don't think the courts will be fond of you schooling yourself. If you want to be considered an adult, you must act like a self-supporting adult. It can be done. I did it and I even supported my first husband. I know you've already heard this but I have to say it anyway. If there is another solution (counseling, staying with a relative or friend) it would be MUCH easier and maybe healthier. But I'm not going to lecture you on this because I have the feeling that you've heard this before.
  • It takes more than saving up your money. You have to be able to prove that now as well as in your future, you can financilly support yourself. Most courts will want to see what kind of work history you have. If you have a steady work history with a decent income, then that is a benefit for you in the court's eyes. Most courts will also want to see proof of mental/emotional maturity. If you are asking how hard it is to live on your own, then a court would see this as lacking in maturity since you haven't gained enough life experience to know this first-hand. If your reason for leaving is emotional abuse, then you need CPS or social services involved. A court won't grant emancipation for this, esp if you can't demonstrate being able to live on your own by the time your case goes before the judge. And it can take up to a year or so before the case gets that far. In the rare event that emancipation is granted, expect to do everything on your own...no support (financial or otherwise) from your parents.
  • I have a friend who was emancipated. It was very very difficult. She had to prove that there was a terrible home situation that couldn't be fixed. Then she had to work and go to school. If you can find a friend's family who will let you live with them, it will be easier. But the hard part is proving that your home life can't be fixed. They will want counseling to be tried first. You could do odd jobs for people in the neighborhood. See if any little stores will let you work for a few hours on the weekends. There are laws as to how many hours but offer to do anything, even clean the bathrooms.
  • U can work at a theme park like kings dominion, they hire at 14.
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