A minor who is to be treated as an adult for purposes of this policy. An emancipation order allows a minor to consent to “medical, dental or psychiatric care, without parental consent, knowledge or liability.” Courts may declare the minor emancipated if (1) the minor has been married, (2) the minor actively serves in the U.S. armed forces, (3) the minor willingly lives away from home and manages his or her own finances, or (4) the court determines “for good cause” that emancipation is in the “best interest” of the minor. A minor may also be considered emancipated under common law under similar circumstances.