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no since he is 18 and the legal age to have sex is 16 so they shouldn't interfere, except to give him guidance

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Yes because they are the parents, it's their responsibility. If you mean regarding her baby, no.


no. your parents cannot make you give YOUR child up. you have rights too.


No. In most of the western world pregnant minors and teen parents have the same parental rights as adults.


If the parents say she can. You are not emancipated automatically when you are pregnant. It does not mean one has the ability to take care of yourself. You do have certain rights as to obtaining assistance for you and your child, but you are still the responsibility of your parents until you turn 18.


No, you are pregnant not emancipated. You don't have more rights now than you did before the pregnancy except when it comes to your child.


not without your parents permission, but if they do, they should lose custody rights.



If you live in the US, your rights in this regard can be summed up in one word--none. Being pregnant and/or having a child, does not give a minor any adult rights. You are merely a pregnant minor and you are still subject to the control and authority of your parents.


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


Being pregnant does not emancipate a minor. The parents are still responsible for them. They mother does have certain rights that allow them to get medical care for themselves and the child.


Being pregnant does not emancipate a minor. It does give them certain rights in regards to providing for the welfare of their child.


Being pregnant does not emancipate a minor. It does give them certain rights in regards to providing for the welfare of their child.


No. Being pregnant/becoming a parent does not give a minor any adult rights. The minor is still subject to the control and supervision of their parents until they turn 18.



No, you are not emancipated automatically when you are pregnant. It does not mean one has the ability to take care of yourself. You do have certain rights as to obtaining assistance for you and your child, but you are still the responsibility of your parents until you turn 18.


sorry NO i tried u have to wait until your 18 or your parents sing for you...than yes


Being pregnant does not emancipate a minor. It does give them certain rights in regards to providing for the welfare of their child.


AS she is a minor and has no means of lively hood , she may be in college and a boy might have made her pregnant, and he is alsostudying . Then the child should be looked after by the four parents.


If you have their permission, you can. You are not emancipated automatically when you are pregnant. It does not mean one has the ability to take care of yourself. You do have certain rights as to obtaining assistance for you and your child, but you are still the responsibility of your parents until you turn 18.


In the US, the minor would have the right to make medical decisions regarding the pregnancy, and once the child is born they would have parental rights over the child. That is the extent of their rights. A 17-year-old, pregnant or not, is still a minor and therefore subject their own parents rules--in other words, being pregnant/giving birth does not emancipate a minor.


Not sure what rights you are referring to here. You have no rights to the baby or to tell her what to do regarding whether she would keep it or not. That is only her choice, not even his.


Yes, they can. Once the baby is born he can seek visitation rights to the child in court, but he only has rights to see the child, not the mother.


Parental rights such as custody of the minor, obligation of support and so forth remain the same as if the minor child were not pregnant. Parental rights do not extend to forcing the young lady to have an abortion, place the child for adoption, sign over her rights to the child. Minors who are pregnant or have a child retain all the legal rights to said child as does an adult female unless a court rules otherwise. If the parents of the pregnant minor do not want the responsiblility of supporting her through her pregnancy or her and the child when it is born, they may petition the court to have her emancipated to allow her to be eligible for public assistance and placement in a foster or group home. If the parents choose to support the minor and her child they can apply for public assistance on her behalf.


No. Pregnancy only gives you more rights regarding your child, not regarding you.


Each state has its own laws about parents and individuals under the legal age of consent. in NY the legal age of consent is 18 but a pregnant individual is usually able to make a decision for themselves. i believe it is illegal for anyone to force a person into either an adoption or abortion. Parents of a pregnant minor can decide over the minor but not over her fetus. She is the guardian no matter how old she is. She has the same rights as an adult. This applies to all states.