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A minor may become Emancipated in one of three ways
Marring Legally
Enlisting in the Military
Declaration of Emancipation
Emancipated minors are treated as Adults in terms of
confidentiality
Privilege
Consent to treatment
Minors are persons
In California, minors are persons under age 18. Minors are generall not able to consent to treatment.
If parents are divorced, who may consent to the treatment of a minor
Only a parent with legal custody may consent to treatment
Declaration of emancipation
Minor must be 14 or over, living separate from parents with consent, and managing his own finances with income this is not derived from criminal activity. The court may emancipate the minor when these conditions are met, and not contrary to the minor's best interest.