If you are 17 in Oregon and you get pregnant can you legally move out of your parents' home and what are your other rights as a pregnant teen mother?
In the state of Oregon, you must be 18 years of age to move out legally. However, it is important to know your rights as a mother. A minor who is pregnant is emancipation automatically in regards to the pregnancy. Meaning all decisions regarding pregnancy are up to you. Any health concerns regarding the baby, decisions about termination, adoption, etc. are legally your responsibility. The only exception is for abortion, where a parent must generally be notified before the procedure takes place. This can be worked around if a) the mother feels it is a danger to her safety to have a parent notified, b) the mother is being responsible and mature about the situation, considering all consequences before taking any action, or b) the doctor feels it will in some way negatively effect the mother to have the parent notified. You are emancipated in regards to the pregnancy, but you are still considered a minor child and all the same laws still apply. If you left home today, it would be considered running away and you would be brought back home by the police (when reported). However, you are more likely to be considered eligible for emancipation if you are pregnant. Emancipation is a long and difficult journey, especially when you will not have to only take care of yourself, but also your baby. If you consider this a possibility, remember that you are taking on more than you have ever before. It's certainly for everyone. It's also important to keep in mind that pregnant teenagers can legally marry (regardless of male's age). This is done when a doctor confirms pregnancy and you go to court. Once married, you are legally emancipated (and then could leave home). For further questions, I suggest visiting your local county health department, county police department, and county court office.
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Answer . In most states you have parental rights to your child whether you live with your parents or not. If you are 17 in most states you would need to get your parents e…mancipate you especially if you need any public assistance. You can call your local department of public welfare or assistance office and sometimes they can help you with your rights.
If you are 17 in Colorado and you get pregnant can you legally move out of your parents' home and what are your other rights as a pregnant teen mother?
Answer . Go on:\n. \nwww.google.com\n. \nASK: What is the age of consent in Colorado?\n. \nAfter you get your answer then ask Google:\n. \nWhat rights does a teen moth…er have?\n. \nThis will give you all the answers you need and what government assistant programs are available.\n. \nGood luck\nMarcy. Answer . \nu have all the right as an adult when it comes to ur baby but no u cant just move out u can if u have ur parents permission or if u get emancipated
If you are 17 pregnant your mother moved you away from the father do you have any rights to move out?
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nYes as long as the father is under 18 then your mother cant get him into trouble.\n. \n. \n . \n . \nNot legally.\n. \nPregnancy does not… automatically emancipate a minor, she is still under the custody of her parents or guardian unless a court rules otherwise.\n. \nThe custodial parent could request assistance from the court to have the minor returned to his or her custody. Considering that the minor female is pregnant it is very likely the court would issue such an order.\n. \nNeither the named father of the child or his family have legal rights until the child is born and parentage is established and custodial or visitation rights are granted by the court or voluntarily by the birth mother. \n. \nThere could be, as previously noted, numerous problems if the pregnant minor is beneath the state's AOC and the father qualifies as a legal adult.
Can a pregnant 17-year-old legally move out of her parents' home if she remains in school and can support herself in Texas?
Answer . \nLegally, no.\n. \nThe parents of the minor would have legal recourse to prevent the young lady from leaving against their wishes.
Answer . Leaving Home . The parents of a non-emancipated minor have the custody and control of such minor. This means that the parents can legally decide where the minor… lives until the minor reaches the age of majority (usually 18) or otherwise becomes emancipated. Being pregnant doesn't change any of these. . If a minor moves away from the home of his or her parents or legal guardians without their permission, that minor can be picked up by authorities as a runaway. Depending upon the state, there may be an evaluation stage in which the situation is reviewed to insure that the individual is not endangered by being returned to the home. Some states have recognized that minors that are 16 or 17 are often considered questionable as to their ability to leave home. Authorities may not want to deal with minors in this age group and some states are establishing legislation enforcing the age of majority and eliminating any questions in the eyes of the law enforcement community. . Check with your local laws for more specifics. If you are in an unsafe environment, law enforcement personnel can put you in contact with the appropriate agencies to obtain help.
Being pregnant does not affect your ability to move out. Until you turn 18 or are emancipated you need your parent's permission to move out and live somewhere else.
I think it depends on how old you are.
Only with parental consent or through emancipation. You cannot own property, unless you are emancipated.
If you are 17 in Georgia and you get pregnant can you legally move out of your parents home if you can provide for yourself financially?
Yes , probaly but i think you need to talk it over with your parents first , maybe your parents could help you Good luck xx
Only By Emacipation, look it up or contact a lawyer
sorry NO i tried u have to wait until your 18 or your parents sing for you...than yes
If you are 16 in MI and you get pregnant can you legally move out of your parents home and what are your other rights?
No, you cannot move out without permission. You have the right to medical care for you and your child.
Can a pregnant 17 year old female legally move out of her parents home in with her 20 yr old boyfriend without parental consent?
No, nor should she. It's still 7 yars before she reaches adulthood. Eight more years for him. Should We Live Together? What Young Adults Need to Know about Cohabitation b…efore Marriage David Popenoe and Barbara Dafoe Whitehead Rutgers University Study Cohabiting couples breakup three times more than married couples. Cohabiting couples that later marry have a 46% higher rate of divorce than those who did not cohabit prior to marriage.
No, you are not emancipated automatically when you are pregnant. It does not mean one has the ability to take care of yourself. You do have certain rights as to obtaining assi…stance for you and your child, but you are still the responsibility of your parents until you turn 18.
Yes, as long as her parents give permission. Pregnancy or parenthood does not emancipate you.