At the "age of majority", which is eighteen (18) in Kentucky, a child ordinarily becomes emancipated automatically. Some of these exceptions to this rule include: if a child is a full-time high school student when they turn 18, the parent is still responsible for their support until the child turns 19, and.
Although Kentucky does not have a specific statute to address emancipation of minors, other sections exist which give the definition of an emancipated minor under certain circumstances. 214.185. Diagnosis and treatment of disease, addictions, or other conditions of minor.
Kentucky has no law providing for a teen to emancipate from their parents. The only way Kentucky law will allow for emancipation is if the parents petition the court, and the minor child is self.