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Care of Rabbits
If the father of your baby is over 18 years old can he get in trouble?
Asked in Babies
Will the baby have problems if the father is over 35?
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Was Michael Jackson in trouble for dangling his baby over the balcony?
Asked in State Laws, Arkansas
I am not 18 yet and pregnant would my baby's father be in trouble if he was over 18 in Arkansas?
If you are not legally married can the dad have custody over the child?
Can you get in trouble for taking your girlfriend over the state line if she is a minor but has a baby with youfor the purpose of marriage?
If you are about to be 17-years-old and are pregnant by a 19-year-old can your parents make you give up the baby or keep you away from the father so you and your baby will never see him again?
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What blood type would a baby have from an 0 negative mother and A positive father?
How can you get over your first love after he left you pregnant?
The person who got you pregnant wasn't much of a man by deserting you and leaving you to handle the pregnancy and birth alone and that should be enough to at least make you realize you are blessed to know what type of a spineless young man the father of your baby is now instead of later although it is natural for a little while to have a human bond (feelings) for the baby's father. In time and probably after the baby is born and you are busy raising that baby you will soon get over father of your baby.
What rights do parents have over a sixteen year old pregnant teen in the state of WV?
Asked in Adoption, Custody, Marriage, Teen Dating
Can your boyfriend get custody over you and your son if he is 19 years old?
Yes, when you marry him. No, he doesnt get custody over you and your son just because he is 19. If your married to him you and the boy are dependents, meaning he is financially responsible. Just being boyfriend and girlfriend has no legal boundaries. He doesnt just get the baby either. The mother usually has the inherent rights over baby unless father takes her to court to fight for custody.