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I will be 17 in August and my mom plans to move to North Carolina at some point after my birthday I live in Connecticut now and do you want to go with her is there anyway I can stay here if I have a place to stay and can care for myself?
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How long does this take? She told me i could live with my grandmother if I say I'm doing that and wait for her to move and move back to where I was living will it be easier to get emancipated?
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You will need to go to court and have the judge declare you an emancipated minor, then you can do what you please, as ill advised as that may be.
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