Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out
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Can you move in with your boyfriend im a minor I'm pregnant in nebraska?

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2011-09-12 15:37:41
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that's if your parents will let you and they don't say anything

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Yes *** No. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor. When you turn 18 you can move.



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.


As minors it´s your parents deciding this. You being pregnant has nothing to do with it.


Pregnancy does not emancipate a minor. She is still subject to the control and authority of her parents, which means they get to decide where she lives.



No. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor. You are still subject to your parent's rules and authority until you turn 18. And if you runaway and Boyfriend takes you in, he can get into a whole lot of legal trouble over it.



No. It may be illegal for you to have sex with him and since it is your parents house you can't legally move the boyfriend in without their permission but it's not illegal for him to live there. If he is also a minor and his parents don't want him to move in there could be problems.


It is not illegal for you to move in with your boyfriend who is 16, that is IF YOU HAVE PARENTS PERMISSION TO DO SO. Because you are not 18 which still makes you a minor, and you still have to do what mom and dad says



No. Getting pregnant does not emancipate a minor or give them any adult rights. Turning 18 emancipates a minor.


No. A minor can not choose where to live until they are the age of majority in their state and that is 18 in NC. Pregnancy does not equal emancipation.


technically yes but no too because you shouldn't be pregnant anyways


If you are 18 or older. If not you are pregnant minor and still your parents responsiblity and they can tell you what to do.


Being pregnant/giving birth does not emancipate a minor. Your parents are still in control of you until you turn 18.


Being pregnant does not change the status of a minor. They are subject to their parent's wishes until they reach the age of majority.


If you're in the US... No, you cannot. Pregnancy/giving birth does not emancipate a minor. Mom and Dad are in charge until you turn 18. And if you attempt to move in with boyfriend, he can find himself facing legal consequences for it.


No, you are still a minor. Pregnancy does not emancipate you apart from regarding your health.


Only if the minor has been legally emancipated by the court. And no judge is going to emancipate a minor so they can go live with their boyfriend. When you turn 18 you can move anywhere you want.


Obviously you can , HONEY. do WHATEVER yoU WANT . *** Being pregnant does not emancipate a minor. So, assuming you're talking about moving in without your parents permission, no you can't. And if you do Boyfriend can be facing criminal charges. They'll start with 'harboring a runaway' and go from there.


Being pregnant as a minor only mean you have the right to decide over the baby and make medical decisions regarding yourself and the baby. It does not emancipate you in any way. You and your boyfriend have to work out with your parents how the visitation will happen.



When you turn 18. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor.


If you're in the US, no. Becoming pregnant/getting someone pregnant does not emancipate a minor.



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