No, you are not emancipated because you got pregnant.
To have the baby or not is all your decision but you can not move anywhere without parental permission at 15. You get emancipated regarding your child but not regarding anything else. If you feel threatened by her you have to contact the CPS or tell your boyfriends mother to do so.
No, you are not the age of majority yet.
it depends upon what state you live in and how old is the boy, and if the girl's parents give their permission.
No, being pregnant does not make one an adult for legal purposes.
As long as they allow you to. You are not an adult yet, despite being pregnant.
Yes as you are only 15 years of age and a minor , you will have to stay at your parents place not your boyfriends place as he is a minor as well.
A minor can only move out with her parents consent. In this case the minor is also most likely below age of consent and is therefor not allowed to have sex even if she had it before so moving in with her boyfriend where they probably would have sex again, is not appropriate.
From a strict legal standpoint, no. As a practical matter, if your parents don't object, no one is likely to complain about it.
Depends on the state of residence. Laws vary from state to state. If the legal age of consent is 16, yes.
No, not unless you parents and his parents allow you to...
Only if she has permission from her parents. Being pregnant does make them an adult.
NO. Being pregnant does not give a minor any 'adult rights'.
not without parents consent. the parent is still responsible for the girl regardless if shes pregnant or not.
Being pregnant does not change the age of majority. In Texas you have to be 18 before you are an adult.
No. You will need parental consent or someone has to have custody of you and I doubt any judge would agree to that a 15yo girl moves in with her boyfriend. You need permission to move out until you are 18.
Only if her parents approve.
You need to be there for her. Your parents may want you to move away, I have friends who have been in that situation. You are the one who made her pregnant, so you should stay by her side.
No, they cannot.
they will take her back because they love her and they don't want anything to happen to her.
No. The only way you become emancipated when pregnant is emancipation regarding your baby and your health. Everything else is like it was before.
Not without their permission.The pregnancy changes nothing when it comes to right to move out. You still have to be of legal age.
No. The fact that you are pregnant does not impart any special freedom. You are a minor and your parents are still legally responsible for you and your actions.