You're considered a child and under the legal custody of a parent or guardian until you turn 18 (in most states) and granted adult status, also called the "age of .
How to Become a Legal Adult in the United States. In the US, adults can, sign contracts, own property, get medical treatment, and other things without parental .
The age of majority is the threshold of adulthood as recognized or declared in law. It is the The age of majority, on the other hand, is legal recognition that one has grown into an adult. Age of . Religions have their own rules as to the age of maturity, when a child is regarded to be an adult, at least for ritual purposes.
In short, becoming an emancipated minor means that you are considered an adult before age 18, and are legally separated from your parents or legal guardians.
From the details, I really don't see it happening. To be legally emancipated in the US, you will need to convince a judge that you can be responsible for yourself.