A married girl is considered emancipated.
She is married and therfore not the responsibility of her parents anymore. Yes.
When you turn 18. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor.
No, pregnancy does not make one an adult. She will still require the permission of her parents or a court order. Even to drop out of school would require permission from the parents.
The 16yo is. When she got married she became emancipated. Her parents are no longer responsible for her.
No, when one marries under the age of eighteen one becomes an emancipated minor. In the USA, at least.
No, not legally. The minimum legal age of majority for any state is 18.
The age of majority in Tennessee is 18.
Not without her parents permission.
A person can legally move out of their home in Tennessee at the age of 18. A minor may be able to move out before with a parents consent.
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.
if your parents sign something
Seventeen is not considered an adult. Until they turn 18 the parents make the decisions. And having a child does not change the age.
Yes. Getting married legally emancipates you from your guardians.
If you live in the US... You'd have to get your parents permission, but even then, they are still legally responsible for you.
18, unless you have parental consent or have been legally emancipated.
No, at 18 they are adults.
I think it depends on how old you are.
In the United States both parents have equal rights of custody of the child if they are legally married.
You need your parents consent if you are sixteen or seventeen.
only if the minors parents sign a form. why would you get married at 17 or 19?
In most jurisdictions, minors cannot get legally married without parental approval, so the point is moot.