Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out

Can you move in with your boyfriend when your 16 and pregnant?


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2009-07-28 10:37:50
2009-07-28 10:37:50

Well, Yes you can if you need help with the baby and want the father to be by your side but only if the parents of your boyfriend and your parents say its ok.

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Only if she has permission from her parents. Being pregnant does make them an adult.

If your parents give you permission. If they don't, no, you may not leave home.

The only way i can find out right now is if u get emancipated and that's what im looking for rightnow cuz im 16 and pregnant and my boyfriend is 18 too. If i find anythign else out, then i will write you back

can you move out your person house with out consent if your pregnant and your only 16

If you are 16 and living in the UK than its completely up to you.

Yes at 16 you can move out in most parts of the world. And you can stay with your boyfriend .

Not unless you get emancipated (the pregnancy don't do that) or married.

if you have a boyfriend,great job and your parents dont mind well then maybe you should if you want to.

Not without parental consent or emancipation by the court.

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 she has to be 16 for that. And I doubt you will be able to support yourself at that age.

Yes if your 16 you can move out, I'm sure of it :L

if you get pregnant in Georgia at 16 you can move out and get married it was on george Lopez

Depends on the state of residence. Laws vary from state to state. If the legal age of consent is 16, yes.

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

No, you are not an adult at the age of 16. If you are having sex with your boyfriend then he is a child molester.

a pregnant 16 year old can move out of her parents home if she is legal to give consent and live with her baby's father.

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.

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