Decree Of Emancipation Form. This is a Nevada form and can be use in Washoe County.
Tags: Decree Of Emancipation, 1645, Nevada County, Washoe
1 Code 1645 2 3 4 5 6 IN THE FAMILY DIVISION 7 OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA 8 IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOE 9 10 11 In the matter of the emancipation of Case No. __________________________ _____________________________ Dept. No. ________ 12 13 a minor. _______________________________/ 14 DECREE OF EMANCIPATION 15 16 This Court, having conducted a hearing brought on by petition of minor, 17 _____________________________________________, and having considered the above, the Court 18 hereby Decrees that the petitioner is emancipated and that this Decree be entered forthwith. 19 20 This Decree emancipates the minor for all purposes pursuant to N.R.S. 129.080 and removes the disability of the minority of the petitioner insofar as that disability may affect the incurring of 21 22 indebtedness or contractual obligation of any kind; the litigation and settlement of controversies; the 23 acquiring, encumbering and conveying of property or any interest therein; the consenting to medical, 24 dental, or psychiatric care without parental consent, knowledge or liability; the enrolling in any 25 school or college; and the establishment if his or her own residence. 26 For these above purposes, the petitioner shall be considered in law as an adult and 27 28 any obligations he or she incurs are enforceable by and against him or her without regard to his or Ct. App. 3/00; Rev. 7/05 1 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com 1 2 her minority. This Decree of Emancipation does not affect the status of the minor for any purpose, 3 4 including the applicability of any provision of law which: prohibits the sale, purchase or 5 consumption of intoxicating liquor to, or by, a person under the age of 21 years; prohibits gaming or 6 employment in gaming by, or of, a person under the age of 21 years; restricts the ability to marry of 7 a person under the age of 18 years; governs matters relating to referrals for delinquent acts or 8 violations of NRS 392.040 to 392.125, inclusive, unless the minor has been certified for trial as an 9 10 11 adult pursuant to title 5 of NRS ; or imposes penalties or regulates conduct according to the age of any person. 12 A petition may be filed by any person or by any public agency to void a decree of 13 emancipation on the following grounds: (a) the minor has become indigent and has insufficient 14 means of support; or, (b) the decree of emancipation was obtained by fraud, misrepresentation or the 15 16 withholding of material information. The voiding of any decree of emancipation does not alter any 17 contractual obligations or rights or any property rights or interests, which arose during the period 18 that the decree was in effect. 19 Dated: ____________________________________________ 20 21 _________________________________________ JUVENILE MASTER 22 23 24 __________________________________________ DISTRICT JUDGE 25 26 27 28 Ct. App. 3/00; Rev. 7/05 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com