Q: im 16, i make about 1000 a month, if i try to get emancipated would the judge be ok stay with me paying rent to a friend
A: Your rent and your roommate situation would both be relevant factors for the Court to consider. If your roommate is a good decent roommate than I expect you can sell that to the Judge. If not, then maybe the Judge would consider that a deciding factor. I would need to know more.
A: Your rent amount and your roommate would both be relevant factors for the Court's consideration. If you are moving in with a decent person, then the court should have no issue with that. If you are moving in with a felon, then perhaps the court might consider that to be a deciding factor. I would need to know more.
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