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Answered 2015-07-15 21:25:03

Having a baby has nothing to do with it. Contrary to popular belief, simply having a child does not emancipate a person.

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Is it possible to get married at 15 without parents consent?

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Can you legally move out when you are 17 and can your parents do anything to stop you?

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Can you move out legally in Florida?

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What is the youngest age at which someone in Tennessee can move out from their parents legally?

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Are pregnant teens emancipated in California?

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How do I legally get out of my parents house and live with a friend's family?

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Is a 17 year old legally emancipated in Texas if they are moved out of their parents household?

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Can i legally leave your parents if your 16 and pregnant in pennsylvannia?

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Are you legally emancipated if you get pregnant without your parents consent?

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Can a 17-year-old legally move out of her parents house?

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How do you become a emancipated youth in California?

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Can a seventeen year old minor move out without parental consent if not legally emancipated in GA?

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Can minors who have a child legally move out of their parents' home and live together?

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Are the parents legally responsible if you move out?

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