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Emancipated if your pregnant in Missouri?


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Answered 2011-10-05 18:48:49

No, pregnancy does not emancipate you in any state.


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No she can not. Being pregnant does not make you emancipated.

How do you get emancipated in the state of Missouri?

If she is a minor yes. Pregnancy does not emancipate her and neither is she emancipated after the child is born.

I'm not sure about Missouri specifically, but in most states a minor is not emancipated until either their 18th birthday, or upon mothering a child. Being pregnant does not count, the minor must have the baby to become emancipated.

no you are not just because you are pregnant does not mean that you are emancipated

No, not in any state are you emancipated because you are pregnant or had a baby.

How much does it cost to get emancipated in missouri?

If you are emancipated, and at least 16, yes you can get married. Marriage is another way of getting emancipated.

You don't get emancipated just because you are pregnant. You are the guardian of your child but your parents are the guardians of you.

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 change one's age. Until you are an adult, you are not emancipated.

any girl automatically becomes emancipated when pregnant. it is a little known law. hidden to try to stop girls getting pregnant just to become emancipated

When you are 18 and emancipated.

No, you are not emancipated because you got pregnant.

Legally no. Unless you have parental consent or you have been emancipated by the court system where you live

No. There is no judge who would do that. At 14 you are not done with school and can not get a job or a place to live. You need your parents to support you and if emancipated they are no longer responsible for you and you are completely on your own. 14 is too young for that. When pregnant and after you decide things regarding your baby but your parents still decide regarding you.

It depends on your age and the judge. Get a lawyer who will work pro-bono and start the process. If you can prove you are responsible, have a job or way to get money, and mature enough, then you may get emancipated.

No, you are emancipated by turning 18 not by the pregnancy.

Missouri does not have an emancipation procedure for minors, nor does being pregnant confer emancipation upon a minor. If however, the pregnant minor is in need of public assistance such as Medicaid, the court can grant emancipation rights on a limited or complete basis depending upon the individual circumstances.

No, having a baby does not mean she can support herself. You are obligated to support her, not her kids, until she is emancipated.

The age of majority in Missouri is 21. There is no statute that provides for emancipation.

If you are emancipated by the courts.

After 18 you can get emancipated in Puerto Rico.

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