19, No modifications.
18 or when child graduates from high school.
18; unless child still in high school, then on graduation or 19th birthday which ever occurs first.
21 years of age, or at the point the minor is self supporting through marriage, employment, or military service.
18, 19 if attending high school
18: unless emancipated earlier by notarial act, marriage or judicial determination: if child is still in high school, then age 19, or upon graduation from high school, whichever occurs first.
18. With a person's 18th birthday come most of the rights, privileges, responsibilities, and obligations of adulthood. These rights include the right to vote, the right to make contracts, the right to marry without permission from parents or guardians, the right to purchase a firearm, and the right to serve on a jury.
18; or earlier if married, in the military, or fully financially independent of custodial parent.
Age if Majority: 18 (FULL CIVIL RIGHTS)
18; however, a 16 year old may be emancipated by having entered into valid marriage or active duty in armed services or by receiving declaration of emancipation pursuant to court petition and order showing he/she is living apart and managing his/her own affairs.
18; 19 if still in high school.
21; NY has no statute with respect to emancipation*; issue is decided on case-by-case basis; emancipation can take place before 21, if appropriate court so decides !
18 or graduated from high school, whichever occurs later.
18; 21 if in school half-time or more.
18 and out of high school.
21 years of age, or whenever minor is self-supporting through marriage.
18; unless child is still in high school; in such cases emancipation occurs when child graduates from high school or when class
child is in when he/she reaches age of majority.
18, or child graduates with high school graduating class.
18 or a full-time high school student, not self-supporting, and living in the home of the parent, until the child reaches the age of nineteen (19) or graduates from high school, whichever comes first.
18, Except as otherwise specifically provided by law, all persons shall be deemed and taken to be of full age for all purposes at the age of eighteen years.
18 and graduation from high school, or 19 years of age, whichever is sooner.