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Emancipation of a Minor

Laws 2005, HB2428 provides the ability for a child of 16 years or older to petition the court to become emancipated from their parents. In order for the petition to be granted, the petitioner must meet a number of criteria indicating that he or she is able to be independent.

Form Title Form No. Instructions
Information on Emancipation in Arizona
JE1H
Juvenile Emancipation Information Sheet JE10F
Motion to Seal Court Record (Request to Keep Information Confidential) JEMS10F  
Petition for Emancipation of a Minor JE12F  
Instructions: How to Fill Out the Petition for Emancipation of a Minor
JE12I
Consent to Emancipation of a Minor JE13F
 
Instructions: Service of Petition and Proof of Service Filing
AOC JVJESV1I
Proof of Service AOC JVJESV2F  
Response to Petition for Emancipation of a Minor JE31F  
Responding to a Petition for Emancipation - Information and Instructions
JE31I
Preparing for and Attending the Court Hearing for Emancipation of a Minor   JE68H
Order for Emancipation of a Minor JE80F  



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