Emancipation in the State of Oklahoma?

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“My husband and I want to help a 14 year old in our small community. She is the ongoing target of an abusive parent. Can you give me the Oklahoma State statutes concerning emancipation? I would like to further research this issue.”

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According to Oklahoma Statute Title 10, Chapter 4, Section 491:

“The district courts shall have authority to confer upon minors the rights of majority concerning contracts, and to authorize and empower any person, under the age of eighteen (18) years, to transact business in general, or any business specified, with the same effect as if such act or thing were done by a person above that age; and every act done by a person so authorized shall have the same force and effect in law as if done by persons at the age of majority.”

You can find more information and the statute here.



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Author: Anne P. Mitchell, Esq.

Anne P. Mitchell, Esq. is a noted family law expert, Internet law expert, and Professor of Law at Lincoln Law School of San Jose. She is the author of "Surviving Divorce: the Single Father's Guide" and "The Email Deliverability Handbook"

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