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State Legal Ages Laws

State laws pertaining to minors identify the "age of majority" in each state (usually 18), whether a minor may be legally "emancipated", and minors' ability to file a lawsuit and consent to medical treatment. Choose a link from the list below for state-specific information on minors and the law.

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