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Can a sixteen year old move in with her boyfriend without parent's consent if she is pregnant in the state of Georgia?

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2010-04-02 20:19:08
2010-04-02 20:19:08

No. not until she is 18.

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Where in Georgia can you get married without parents consent


If your pregnant in Georgia, yes. Otherwise you need parents consent.



Georgia: If you are 16 or 17 years old, you may apply if accompanied by both parents who have given written consent. If the bride is pregnant, no parental consent is required if you submit a statement from a licensed physician certifying that the bride is pregnant.


Yes but you need parental consent from her and his parents.


A 17 year old is still the responsibility of the parents. Being pregnant does not factor into the situation.


No but the court still require that your parents are with you in court to get the courts consent.


No. At 17 you are a minor, pregnant or not, and if you leave the state without your parents permission that makes you a run away.


As long as she has her parents consent and they sign legal papers it is okay.


Only with parental consent. Her parents still have to support her.


Georgia will provide a license with a doctor's certification. But they will inform the parents.



Depends on the state if you live in Georgia if you get the girl pregnant at age 16 you can get married with her


{| |- | The parents could be in trouble as well as the boyfriend. They cannot consent to breaking the law. In almost all states and countries, the legal age of consent is 16. Getting someone younger pregnant is going to be considered a crime, perhaps even statutory rape. |}


The short answer is no. Until you are an adult in the eyes of the law, the parents are responsible for the minor and where they live, even for a pregnant minor.


Parental permission is important and a key factor. However, part of it will depend on the boyfriend as well. Technically, she is under the age of consent, and therefore sexual contact could be a crime. And the parents cannot consent to a crime.


Not without parental consent until you are 18. The pregnancy does not emancipate you.


No. There are only a few things that a child can do without parents' consent, and moving in with a boyfriend is not one of them.


Legally no. Unless you have parental consent or you have been emancipated by the court system where you live



Yes, when pregnant you are medically emancipated.


No. Having a baby does not emancipate you apart from regarding your health and your child when she is born. You still need your parents consent for everything. And if you are below age of consent in your state you can not have sex either even though you already have before. Considering the majority of teen moms have another child within 2 years that is one good reason not to live with your boyfriend or have sex with him.


If you are 16 or 17 years old, you may apply if accompanied by both parents who have given written consent. If the bride is pregnant, no parental consent is required if you submit a statement from a licensed physician certifying that the bride is pregnant. Marcy


The only state that allows for minors under the age of 18 to get married without parental consent if the bride is pregnant is Georgia.\Georgia: If you are 16 or 17 years old, you may apply if accompanied by both parents who have given written consent. If the bride is pregnant, no parental consent is required if you submit a statement from a Georgia licensed physician certifying that the bride is pregnant. If underage applicants already have a child, they should present a certified copy of the birth certificate for the child at the time of application. If parental consent is not required, the court will notify parents or guardians that you have been issued a marriage license.


No to my knowledge, you have to be 18 to legally move without your parents consent.



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