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Piecey. 3 kids; K-Town, KL, Germany 63077 posts
status 10th Mar '13
Quoting Rebecca(Adam'sMommy):" In your profile it says read this post.. and you are 27.5 weeks.. This doesnt add up.."


It adds up just fine.

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15275 posts
10th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Patience Renee:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Red Bottom:</b>" You also lied about getting emancipated. There ... [snip!] ... that I have proving the statue that says you have to be at least 14 years of age with parental consent to become emancipated?"</blockquote>




I looked up the law in your state and there's no statute. So no.



And in states that DO allow it, you cannot live with a family member. You say you live with your cousin. Your parents can not pay any bills. You said your mom bought your apartment for you. You have to be financially stable. You cannot legally work full time, you cannot drive to job, you are not financially stable.



IF there was a statute, you would not qualify.

† Phoenix † 1 angel baby; 16167 posts
10th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Angel [Mariah's Mommy]:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting J. Hurley ♥ Rissa:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ... [snip!] ... at 14 because don't you have to have a job among other things?"</blockquote> No job, no stable place of residence, etc"</blockquote>



That's what you need?

hobbit* 3 kids; New Zealand 44783 posts
10th Mar '13

27 weeks and 7 days is 28 weeks.
thats all i got to.

PurpleBama582 52 kids; Dothan, Alabama 3875 posts
10th Mar '13

Do you have a way to support your children? Do you have enough money to support yourself right now? Do you have a plan for independent living?



If you can't answer those questions, then the judge will not grant your emancipation request. What are your plans in that case?



I am not criticizing you, but you do need to have a backup plan if the emancipation doesn't go through.



P.S. 27weeks7days is 28 weeks.

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15275 posts
10th Mar '13

Added - no judge would emancipate a 14 yr old who's been pregnant twice in the last 12 months. Clearly you are unable to learn from situations.

Supafly★ 2 kids; Poland 14109 posts
10th Mar '13
Quoting Red Bottom:" Added - no judge would emancipate a 14 yr old who's been pregnant twice in the last 12 months. Clearly you are unable to learn from situations."


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Who is taking care of your twins now OP?

hobbit* 3 kids; New Zealand 44783 posts
10th Mar '13

sooooooooooooo
what do you need help and advice with?

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15275 posts
10th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Supafly★:</b>" :!: Who is taking care of your twins now OP? "</blockquote>




Her aunt and uncle, I believe. They have custody. She's said they'll be giving custody back to her when she gets emancipated by the imaginary law that doesn't exist in Indiana.

Supafly★ 2 kids; Poland 14109 posts
10th Mar '13
Quoting Red Bottom:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Supafly★:</b>" :!: Who is taking care of your twins ... [snip!] ... She's said they'll be giving custody back to her when she gets emancipated by the imaginary law that doesn't exist in Indiana."


She has no shot of getting custody now if she already signed it over.

PurpleBama582 52 kids; Dothan, Alabama 3875 posts
10th Mar '13
Quoting Supafly★:" She has no shot of getting custody now if she already signed it over. "


It depends on how it was done. If she legally signed over custody, yes, she will have a harder time. But it was done to a family member, so that might make a difference. If she only signed a general Power of Attorney giving her aunt and uncle the ability to make choices for them, then it would be much easier.

Red Bottom 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15275 posts
10th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Supafly★:</b>" She has no shot of getting custody now if she already signed it over. "</blockquote>




She's 14 and pregnant with her third, cannot work, And cannot drive. She had no chance period.

Angel [Mariah's Mommy] 1 child; Indianapolis, Indiana 18065 posts
10th Mar '13
Quoting J. Hurley ♥ Rissa:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Angel [Mariah's Mommy]:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ... [snip!] ... other things?"</blockquote> No job, no stable place of residence, etc"</blockquote> That's what you need?"


There are other stipulations, but yeah you have to be able to support yourself.

Supafly★ 2 kids; Poland 14109 posts
10th Mar '13
Quoting PurpleBama582:" It depends on how it was done. If she legally signed over custody, yes, she will have a harder time. ... [snip!] ... a general Power of Attorney giving her aunt and uncle the ability to make choices for them, then it would be much easier. "


Yeah, eventually but no way in hell now at 14 years old. OP can't even work enough to support herself let alone herself and 3 children.

Charlotte & Gabe 2 kids; California 14277 posts
10th Mar '13
Quoting Red Bottom:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Supafly★:</b>" She has no shot of getting custody now ... [snip!] ... over. "</blockquote> She's 14 and pregnant with her third, cannot work, And cannot drive. She had no chance period."

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