Emancipated Minors and Child Support Obligations in Minnesota Emancipated Children | Although your teenager may be convinced that he is no longer a child, especially when driving privileges, curfews, and house rules are at issue, you might not be so sure.  But whether or not a court would consider your child to still be a child is an important issue in the world of child support obligations, since Minnesota law provides that, absent a court order to the contrary, child support obligations terminate automatically upon emancipation of a child. What is emancipation? The automatic termination mentioned above applies to child support obligations […]

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