What is the name of your state? Michigan. I'm 16, turning 17 in June. I want to try being emancipated once I turn 17. My therapist who is also my affidavit thinks that it's in my best interest to be emancipated. My parents are divorced with joint legal custody, but I don't have to visit with my father; and my mother barely supports me financially, I buy my clothes, toiletries, and most of my food. I'm home during weeknights from 11-6 when school is in session. On weekends or when schools out, I stay with a family who I am very close with. I eat dinner with them every night and have a bedroom waiting for me in their house for when I need it. I've lived with them once before when It was unsafe to live in my house due to my father. They also drive me to my therapist every week. I'm one of my therapist pro-bono clients. I have all of my pay stubs for the past year and a half printed off along with a detailed budget outlining how I could pay for health insurance. I make 600 a month and have a place that I can stay at that's less than half a mile away from my job and my school, I can also live there for free, or for 75 a month if needed for me to prove I can pay rent. The family I plan on staying with is also my emotional support group and consider me as their on of them, they are focused on helping improve my mental health due to the past trauma that I have experienced because of my home life, and I have sufficient evidence to prove that. If I end up not being able to be emancipated I will still be living with them once I turn 17 due to it being technically legal in Michigan ( I checked with multiple law enforcement officers to see if this is true). What are the chances of me being emancipated?