Thank you. I am afraid that you cannot proceed if he does not agree. The parent has a duty to provide care, room, and board for the child. The parent cannot force emancipation.
Now, if the minor DOES want emancipation, then this can happen. You can find the forms HERE. This would be done via court. The minor would have to show the Judge that he can earn enough money to take care of himself, and live away from his parents. If the Judge agrees that the minor is mature enough and can take care of himself, the Court will grant early emancipation.
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