See if you can get the two of them to sit down with you and you all talk it out. Good luck and God Bless:)
Only with parental consent. Her parents still have to support her.
No her being on maternity leave has nothing to do with the child support obligations. Child support is for the children, not for her.
Nothing they should support you through it but some times they ask you to get an abortion . dont worry
If you are sure he is the father (nothing against you at all) whether he hates you or not he has the responsibility of paying child support for his own child. Either try talking to him (he will more than likely accuse you that the baby is someone else's) or, go to your parents so they can speak to his parents.
No, your child will not be emancipated because she is pregnant and her parents still have to support her until she is.
If you're 16 then yes, but it's not reccomended as you'll need you're parents support throughout the process and to help support you financily and with help on you're feelings.
No, she is still a child. The parents are still responsible for her.
No since the girl is over 18.
There is really nothing you can do if your boyfriend is obsessed with Justin Bieber. You can just support your boyfriend.
Of course. Her sexual preferences have nothing to do with her right to be supported by her parents and the father's obligation to support her financially.Of course. Her sexual preferences have nothing to do with her right to be supported by her parents and the father's obligation to support her financially.Of course. Her sexual preferences have nothing to do with her right to be supported by her parents and the father's obligation to support her financially.Of course. Her sexual preferences have nothing to do with her right to be supported by her parents and the father's obligation to support her financially.
Yes he has to pay child support.
Your parents religious or not love you and no, they will not be happy that you are pregnant, but once over the shock your parents will more than likely support you during this emotional time in your life. You cannot keep it a secret and ask your boyfriend to go with you and sit down with your parents and tell them. This will be a heavy load off both your shoulders no matter what the reaction is from your parents. You are very lucky to have such a supportive boyfriend and that shows signs of some maturity so your parents may well see that he is a responsible young man. Your parents may suggest you continue with your education since you are probably a minor, but hopefully between your mother and boyfriend they will help you look after the baby. Please talk to your parents soon because the strain of not telling them for you and your boyfriend is much worse.
Well if he got you pregnant, he could go to jail!!!! If he is the father.
The only way, "I'm pregnant'. And you should immediately tell your parents or another adult you trust as you are going to need a lot of support as your boyfriend won't be around to help as he will probably be in jail for statutory rape.
The fact that the child is pregnant should have nothing to do with parental responsibility.
You have to pay until they are 18 years old or whatever your child support papers say. Dropping out of school or them becoming pregnant has nothing to do with it. Child support is to help support the child not keep them from dropping out of school or becoming pregnant.
Is your boyfriend a legal citizen? It depends on that factor.
Just tell him straight out because you will need his support
Tell your parents or a trusted adult right away so you can get the medical and emotional support that you need.
Yes. A pregnant fourteen year old still depends on her parents for support- both her custodial and non-custodial parents. In fact, her needs are increased. You can read more about termination of child support at the related link.
Yes they can be. I have a case now of the parents of a 12 year old boy will have to pay child support for the child currently being carried by an 18 year old girl. Though she will go to jail, her parents will have the child while she serves time and they will be awarded the child support. The greater concern her is whether this is best for the child? I hope you are speaking to both of them about the option of adoption.
Only the pregnant female can legally make decisions regarding the baby. She and the father are the ones deciding what will happen after birth. You have the right to support her as before. The father and your daughter will have to pay for their child. So basically nothing has changed for you regarding your rights.
No. A 14-year-old does not get to decide where they live. If you leave home and your boyfriend