The best I can do is refer you to the factors outlined in Indiana Code Section 31-37-19-27, permitting emancipation under certain circumstances where a juvenile court finds that the child:
(1) wishes to be free from parental control and protection and no longer needs that control and protection;
(2) has sufficient money for the child's own support;
(3) understands the consequences of being free from parental control and protection; and
(4) has an acceptable plan for independent living.
There's no requirement, at least in that statute, that the court consider the minor's motive - although I would venture that it can be a factor in a judge's decision, particularly if the case is otherwise a close call. However, emancipation statutes are in the context of delinquency or a child in need of services, not a minor who simply wants to be free of parental control