depending on the student's decition, she has the right to stay in school or drop out. It also depends if the school is public or private. You would have to look into the guidlines on pregnant students in the handbook that the school offers.
No, that obligations is to the father of that unborn child. Also, once high school is completed your financial obligation for support ends.
sure u can..if u can support urself and are over 18 or emancipated.
Tennessee School for the Deaf was created in 1844.
Yes, until she reaches 18; she is still considered a minor even though she is pregnant and not attending school.
I Think The Right Age To Get Pregnant Is When You Finish School Because You Have To Finish School In Order For You To Support The Baby Cause Your Momma Cant Support You And The Baby And You Are Still A Child.Soo You Should Have A Baby At About The Age 21 Or 22. When You Are Out Of College And Married!
Depends on the age of the child. If they become pregnant and eligible for their own government financial assistance then possibly NO. But if they are pregnant with no government assistance then YES. I believe that child support must continue until the child is old enough to have graduated from high school. Age 17 approx, regardless of circumstances... Besides, if your daughter is having your grandchild she will need financial help regardless.
The child's pregnancy would not, in itself, be cause for terminating support.
I don't live in Cali but in most states the only time a child support case ends is when a child turns 18 or graduates from high school whichever comes last and not to exceed 19. Her having a baby should not have anything to do with your support.
Springfield High School - Tennessee - was created in 1982.
Tennessee Christian Preparatory School was created in 1997.
Bristol Tennessee High School was created in 1916.
Kenwood High School - Tennessee - was created in 1997.
Cordova High School - Tennessee - was created in 1997.
Friendship Christian School - Tennessee - was created in 1973.
Westview High School - Tennessee - was created in 1997.
Gresham Middle School - Tennessee - was created in 1971.
Smyrna High School - Tennessee - was created in 1911.
If you're in the US, once she turns 18, she can move out, and no, you do not have to support her.
She didn't. By her own account, she dropped out of high school at age 15, became pregnant and had to struggle to support herself after she moved away from home at age 16.
Yes, you have to pay until she is emancipated. Dropping out of school and being pregnant makes no difference as long as she is a minor.
Contact an attorney.
yes as long as the child is still in school
Franklin Road Christian School - Tennessee - was created in 1980.