©Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County
July 12, 2007
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SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA
IN MARICOPA COUNTYJUVENILE COURT
In the Matter of the Emancipation of:
Case Number JE:
ORDER FOR EMANCIPATION
OF A MINOR
The Court has considered the following factors:
1. The potential risks and consequences of emancipation and to what degree the Minor understands
these risks and consequences.
2. The financial resources of the Minor including the Minor’s employment history.
3. The Minor’s ability to be financially self-sufficient.
4. The Minor’s level of education and the minor’s success in school.
5. Whether the Minor has a criminal record.
6. The opinions and recommendations of the Minor’s parent or legal guardian.
7. Whether child abuse or neglect has been present.
8. The wishes of the Minor.
9. The best interests of the Minor.
In accordance with A.R.S. § 12-2451, based upon clear and convincing evidence,
and the best interests of the minor, the Court finds as follows:
1. The minor is at least sixteen years of age.
2. The minor is a resident of this state.
3. The minor is financially self-sufficient.
4. The minor acknowledges in writing that the minor has read and understands information
that is provided by the court and that explains the rights and obligations of an
emancipated minor and the potential risks and consequences of emancipation.
5. The minor is not a ward of the court and is not in the care, custody and control of a state
IT IS ORDERED that:
The Petition for Emancipation of the above-named minor is DENIED, OR
The Petition for Emancipation of the above-named minor is GRANTED.
If granted, this Order:
1. Is conclusive evidence that the Minor is emancipated.
2. Terminates a dependency action concerning the Minor by operation of law.
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