Ok but aside from this legal question, whats going on now? How are you doing?
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At your age, your feelings on the matter are very important. You should contact a family attorney in your area and discuss your options. The attorney will likely give you a free consultation given that you are a minor and can't sign a retainer agreement. If you need even further help, contact your local legal aid association.
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You would not qualify for emancipation with those facts, but an adult member of the family with whom you are staying could file a Guardianship case to become your Guardian. If an adult member of that family is willing to do so, he/she should consult a Probate Attorney, since Guardianship matters take place in Probate Court.
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