This one will have to go through a court of law and your parents (if they want custody of this baby) will have to fight your boyfriend for these rights. If the court sees that your boyfriend is too young, not dependable to raise this child then yes, your parents could very well end up with the custody of your baby. It's time you sat down and talked to your parents to be sure they want this great responsibility. If this young man is a nice guy then I would let him at least have some time with his child.
Depending upon circumstances the court could award temporary custody to the birth mother's parents. However, the biological father and his parents would also be granted the opportunity to petition for custodial rights. It is generally accepted that an unmarried mother has automatic and full custodial rights of the child until those rights are challenged. Regardless of who retained custody, the biological father would be granted visitation rights if he so wished. The mother or the mother's parents would not have the option to withold such privileges.
If she wants to.
The mother already has sole custody. The father has not rights. see link
Father would have to consent to the adoption. Definitely worth petitioning for custody if you feel that you and your family can care for the child.
If you live in the US... The father's parents have no rights to custody at all. The father has the right to petition for custody, but he won't be given sole custody unless he can prove the mother unfit. He might, however, be given joint custody.
Until the baby is born he has no rights. His paternal rights starts after birth. If he then wants custody and you don't he has to go to court.
babybecause you are American the baby will have dual citizenship, you shouldn't have a problem unless the father wants custody or visitation rights etc, while he is in Canada
biological mother has sole automatic custody of baby
It's going to be a catch 22, you have a right to the child, but you could be charged with stat. rape, best to seek a lawyer.
if you can prove she is an unfit mother and you have the income to support a child but even then if she is under 18 i think her parents could get custody
It depends on who has custody of the child. If you have complete custody then you do not legally have to change it.
Only if there is a court order.
I believe that the mother should get custody and she gives the father a schedule to be on.