Nope. 19 is the legal age of majority in Nebraska. If her home situation is truly unsafe she or someone can report to DHHS and they may be able to help.
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If she is being abused, she can call CPS and report the situation. In Nebraska 19 is the age of majority and until then, her parents can call the police and report her as a runaway.
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In the State of Nebraska, the age of majority is 19. However, she can attempt to get emancipated depending on her situation.
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