No, not automatically. Medically you are so you can make your own medical decisions. (Coming from a Paramedics regulations you are emancipated and able to make your own medical decisions if you are a minor who is pregnant.)
No, you need to be 18 or emancipated to legally move out. Or have your parent's permission.
Yes, state law makes the 17 year old medically emancipated. Which mean's he or she makes their own medical choices and the baby's.
If you drop out of school at age 17 in Pennsylvania, it does not legally emancipate you. You must petition the court and be emancipated by a judge.
Legally you are not yet an adult. You have to live where your parents or the court say you will live.
Only if both sets of parents are ok with it or you are legally emancipated by the court system.
Being pregnant does not make you legally emancipated. Turning 18 or getting married removes the disability of minority.
Unless the child has been legally emancipated by the courts, no. A child must reach the age of majority in Georgia (18) before they may legally make the decision on where to live.
No, the legal age of majority is 18. You would need to be legally emancipated.
By getting emancipated.
Yes they are until you are emancipated.
yes, because i am 17 and the same thing happen to me. The only problem is that its hard to get a place to live on my own we also know because were from maryland.
You can not legally move out at 17. You will need to go to court to get emancipated first.
Yes he is but he can not legally vote or drink yet.
Yes, but depending on where you live only if you're legally emancipated.
from experience, I know that the only way you can legally leve dfcs at 17 is to be emancipated in a court setting. Otherwise, if you leave, you will be posted as a missing person and dfcs legally still has custody until you are 18...then you can sign yourself out. If you are under 17, you will be reported as a runaway, and can be sent to Juvi for it.
No emancipation is only done by a judge. If you have not been to court, you are not emancipated.
No. At 17 she is still a minor even though she is having a baby. Legally, that doesn't make her an adult. If she was legally emancipated she could, but that is a legal process that requires a lawyer and to go before a judge.
No, You only have your parents permission. Only a court of law can legally emancipate you.
No, you are not emancipated.
as far as I know you must file for legal emansipation
No, she is emancipated through marriage.
That's is not true I am a 17 year old who is emancipated in ga u gotta be 16 wit a job and proof of a place to stay also there is an long process to go through court and what not Georgia does not have an emancipation statute. There is no way to get emancipated other than getting legally married. The age of majority is 18.
Having a baby has nothing to do with it. Contrary to popular belief, simply having a child does not emancipate a person.
no, you must become legally emancipated or else your parents can report you as a runaway and you will get sent to juvie.
You can if you have parental permission or if you've been emancipated.