Q: my dad is abusive and keeps me from my mom when I’m supposed to see her what is the fastest way to get out the house
I live in Georgia I’m seventeen years old . My dad has primary custody of me and my mom is allowed to see me but my dad has kept me from her for years , my dad is physically abusive . I was wondering what would happen if I left to my moms house without parent permission. I seen an answer that said another lawyer had worked for 31 years & only two emancipation have been accept . I have a job , do good in school , have no criminal record and could live with my mom . How would this work ? Any advice?
A: Hello. I was the attorney who wrote the answer you read. Actually, what I said was that I had h-e-a-r-d of only 2 emancipations in my 31 years of practice. It is an extremely hard thing to accomplish. For example, it you were to explain to a judge what your plan of living is (like you explained it here in your questions), you would likely be denied because to be emancipated you would have to have a place of your own where you would live. Living with your Mother would dispute that you had the ability to actually live on your own. Part of being on your own is having your own place to live. You may certainly pursue emancipation. Believe it or not, I am not trying to discourage you. Instead, I am just trying to present a more accurate description of the challenges you will face.
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