No, the legal age of majority for the state is 18. A minor who becomes pregnant or has a child is not considered automatically emancipated except in the state of Wisconsin.
New York Sorry, there is no emancipation status in this state.
THEY COULD IF THEY GO TO COURT AND GET EMANCIPATED
no there isn't a New York state law about children sharing or sleeping in the bedroom with their parents.
in New york
New York does not have an emancipation statue.
She is still a minor and you decide over her just like before but you do NOT decide over her child. Only she is allowed to decide over her child before and after birth. Being pregnant is not emancipating her.
It is a crime to have sex with two minors or for the matter one minor and one adult in the state of New York, but the two will be tried by Juvenile court.
It might differ state to state. In New York state, you have to be 18 years old.
No, you cannot.
If the parents give you permission. Otherwise in New York you have to wait until you are an adult at 18.
No, you are not emancipated automatically when you are pregnant in New York. It certainly does not show one has the ability to take care of yourself and/or a baby. You do have certain rights as to obtaining assistance for you and your child, but you are still the responsibility of your parents until you turn 18.
the age of majority in new york state is 18, however parents are financially responsible until 21
When 18 years old, pregnant, or parenting.
A New York minor's records for HIV, substance abuse, sexual health, and mental heath treatment may not be released to their parents without the minor's consent.
No. Simply being pregnant/having a child does not make a person emancipated. Until you are 18, you are still a minor so your parents have the authority to decide where you can/can't live.
No. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor in any state of the US. However, a pregnant minor has 'medical emancipation', meaning they get to make medical decisions regarding the pregnancy, but that is the extent of their emancipation. In all other ways, they are still subject to the control and authority of their parents.
Moving out does not emancipate you. In New York you must be 18 to move out without permission.
Not without the permission of their parents. Until they reach the age of majority, which is 18 in New York, their parents determine where they live.
Not without the permission of their parents. Until they reach 18 in New York, the parents are responsible for him.
Why did new york state change the drinking age to 21? Because Fat chicks were getting pregnant at an early age!
No, the legal age of majority in the State of New York is eighteen.
You have to reach the age of majority. In most places, including New York, that means you have to be at least 18 years of age. Until then, your parents are responsible for you financially.
No. You need to be 18.