Having a baby has nothing to do with it. Contrary to popular belief, simply having a child does not emancipate a person.
A 17-year-old can get married in California if they are legally emancipated from their parents, or their parents sign a legal document. Once married, they can no longer rely on their parents for support.
Emancipated minors are minors who have been legally released from the control of their parents.
No, You only have your parents permission. Only a court of law can legally emancipate you.
i have no idea, but i think you can if you get legally emancipated from your parents
no, you must become legally emancipated or else your parents can report you as a runaway and you will get sent to juvie.
By getting emancipated.
Yes when you get emancipated, turn 18 or with parents permission.
18, unless you have parental consent or have been legally emancipated.
You don't get emancipated just because you are pregnant. You are the guardian of your child but your parents are the guardians of you.
You either have parental consent to move, is emancipated by the court (if your state have that option), emancipated through marriage or is emancipated by turning 18.
No. You cannot get married or emancipated in Iowa at 14/15.
No emancipation is only done by a judge. If you have not been to court, you are not emancipated.
It would require you to be emancipated by the court first.
No, she is emancipated through marriage.
In almost all states and circumstances, a minor who becomes pregnant out of wedlock is not automatically emancipated because of it.
This would vary from state to state, but the short answer is yes. Of course, I assume you mean legally. In 1974, at the age of seventeen, in the state of California I moved into an apartment with a roomate and finished high school as an emancipated minor. If you are married at seventeen you do not need to be emancipated.
just tell your parents that you want to move out
The answer is no. It used to be that way. But the laws have changed. Your parents or legal guardians are responsible until you are legally an adult  or emancipated.
If you are not emancipated you need your parents' permission to move out or to get married.
If a child is legally emancipated by the court, then the parents are no longer responsible for the child. On the other hand, if the parents simply give the child permission to move out...then that's a different matter entirely.
NOPE you have to get emancipated. sorry!!
You can if you have parental permission or if you've been emancipated.
You can be emancipated in most states and countries by the age of 16.
Leaving HomeThe parents of an 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.
Kentucky does not have an emancipation statute. A person under the age of 18 can not legally emancipate himself from his parents. But - with the parents consent and a judge's approval in court, you can become emancipated in Kentucky. Actually there r additions to KRS 405 that allow for emancipation in Kentucky: