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Answered 2015-12-10 20:15:57

Being pregnant does not change the age of majority. In Texas you have to be 18 before you are an adult.

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No, the legal U.S. age is 18. Sorry. Best of luck!

To move out legally you need parental consent until you are 18yo if you wish to move out.

Legally, no. The parents of the minor would have legal recourse to prevent the young lady from leaving against their wishes.

No. You being pregnant has nothing to do with the statute that defines you as a legal adult at 17. You can be forced to move back in with your parents at 16, but it most likely won't be ordered since you are so close to 17, and pregnant. So legally, no you cannot move out. In practice, go ahead - I doubt any judge would force you back home.

No, but there is a very good chance boyfriend can face criminal charges for having sex with her (at 15 she is legally incapable of consenting to sex).

You can allow your daughter to move out of the house. It does not relieve you of your responsibilities for her welfare.

In Texas, a 17 year old can move out of her parents' home legally. However, she cannot move in with an 18 year old boy because the legal age of consent, in Texas, is 18 for women. To move in with him would risk a charge of statutory rape.

In Texas if the parents give you permission. Otherwise you have to wait until you are an adult at 18.

The age of majority in TX is 18, therefore that

Legally yes because you are a minor under 18 and he is over 18.

She can if she has their permission. Or if she has obtained an order of emancipation from the court. Just being pregnant does not change the requirements to move out.

No. The fact that you are pregnant does not impart any special freedom. You are a minor and your parents are still legally responsible for you and your actions.

The age of majority in TX is 18. You cannot legally leave home prior to turning 18 unless you have your parents' permission or you have been emancipated.

Yes. At 18, she's a legal adult and has the right to determine where she lives.

Can she legally move in with him?,,,, YES,,,,,,,,, Can He leagally let her move in? NO!

Yes. In Texas, the age that a young person can legally consent to sexual activities with an adult (a person 18 or older) is 17.

Yes. At 18, in the United States, you are legally an adult. You can do whatever you want.

Do what you want to do but I think you have to be over 18 to do that

A 17 year old cannot move out legally in the state of Florida. They must be 18 years of age to move out.

It is possible for a 17 year old in Virginia to move out legally. It only requires the permission of the parents.

You would have to turn 18 because no court will emancipate you so you can move in with granny. The requirements for emancipation is that you live on your own and pay your bills etc. Adults live on their own and do not move in with granny.

If her parents object, then no. If her parents don't object, the law doesn't normally much care.

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