Contrary to popular belief, simply becoming a parent does not make a person emancipated. Generally speaking, the only way to become an emancipated minor is by order of the court (and not all states have emancipation laws), getting (legally) married, or joining the military (which minors need parental consent to do).
You have to get emancipated.
Yes. Being emancipated and being a devisee or legatee in a will are totally separate issues.
The underage mother must get parental permission the dad is emancipated so he is by law an adult
A court order of emancipation must consider all persons with a parental interest in order to be valid.
No, when married the minor becomes emancipated.
If she is emancipated or has her parents permission she can live where ever she wants.
No. You made a bad choice. That does not make you a legal adult.
No, becoming a father does not arbitrarily grant a minor legal adult status.
No. There are not grounds nor procedures in any US state for such action.
At 18 you are now an adult and don't need to be emancipat
Yes she is emancipated by turning 18 and child support is paid until she is 21 if she goes to college.