If you are 14 and pregnant can your parents or the father's parents make you give the baby up for adoption when it is born?
No, however your parents could place you into state foster care if you don't. Note that accord to the DOJ study, "Murder in Families", children raised by young mother are at the greatest danger of fatal child abuse. This accounts for 55% of fatal child abuse potentially committed by anyone.
Well, no. There is always adoption.
as long as you are 18+up and you may if you are 16 with parents permission. if you are not 16 then you may have an abortion or put the baby up for adoption after you have given birth
Have the baby and keep it. Have the baby and put it up for adoption. Have an abortion.
if you are a child tell your parents. it might be hard to do it but it is for the best. if your parents get mad do not get mad and yell it is bad for the baby. dont worry everything will be okAY. Talk to your parents. You have the same options as always; keep it, adoption or abortion.
750000 get pregnant each year and 1% give their children away for adoption.
was the question- You didn't want a baby, so what could you have done? Abortion, adoption, that's the only two that i know of. Answer Adoption. There are numerous amounts of parents that want children and cannot conceive. Many couples will compensate for medical bills even. Good luck
Yes. As the legal parents of the mother, any child produced after the adoption becomes your legal grand-daughter.
You tell your parents and go to the Planned Parenthood clinic and there the doctor will examine you and present you with your choices; birth or abortion. If you choose birth you have the options of keeping the baby and become a mom, or adoption. The choice is yours but if you choose adoption, the father also have to agree.
By religion it is ok for an Orthodox Jew to put their baby up for adoption, but to Jewish adoptive parents.
A semi closed adoption is when the parents giving up the baby get to chose the adoptive parents that are eligible to adopt but there is no contact and no exchange of identifying info between the two parents
What are you talking about? Try having baby and put it up for adoption
if you giving for adoption baby pls give me I'm married and don't have child my id firstname.lastname@example.org
Abortion, adoption, or having you baby and keeping it
You tell your mother. She will take you to a doctor and you will have 3 options; keeping the baby, adoption or abortion. The choice is yours but you have to think carefully and discuss with your parents since we are talking about the rest of your life.
Contact a local adoption agency. They can arrange prospective adoptive parents and meeting to discuss the options you have regarding the idea.
No.... at 16.... if pregnant you are emancipated in the matters of your health or the baby's. You can make the decision to have an abortion, put the baby up for adoption, or even keep it and there is nothing that your parents can do about it. You do not have to wait for 18 to become emancipated. ou have to be 16 and can prove that you can live on your own with out… Read More
Legal and lawful adoption is a process that ends in the final and irrevocable transference of all rights and responsibilities for a child from the biological parents to the adoptive parents. Open adoption is an agreement between adoptive parents and biological parents that addresses continuing contact between biological parents and the adopted child. This can take many forms, from regular letters to frequent visits. Open adoption does not alter the legality of the adoption, the… Read More
Yes they do.
Your stepdaughter is 14 and pregnant would your husband and you be more likely to get guardianship of the baby or would the fathers parents?
I'm almost always on team kid/stepkid, but if she is grown enough to open her legs she is grown enough to take care of her own baby.
First, tell your boyfriend. Then tell your parents and see a doctor to make sure you are healthy. You then have to make the choice of having the baby or abortion and if you decide to have the baby you have to choose between keeping it or adoption. The only one who can decide whether to give birth or not is you.
Yes, most parents do care if their teenage child is pregnant. Lots will push for an abortion, but others will let the pregnancy take its course and then either care for the baby, or in some cases, they might put it up for adoption. Although I personally would take care of the baby, as I am against abortion (because really, it's infanticide. It's not natural.) and I don't trust adoption services. However, in some cases… Read More
If both parents die or if the baby is neglected then a social worker comes in and takes the baby.
Yes as she is a 17 year old girl, with no way of supporting her baby, it would be in the best interest to give the baby for adoption without the parents consent.
If you leave it on the doorstep of a firestation, that is legal and fine. Or if your still pregnant, abortion. Give the baby up for adoption.
Hello, I am awnswerguru, guru to all questions. If this is happening to you, consult your parents. If they say no, and you dont want the baby, DO NOT ABORT! give up for adoption so someone who cant have a baby, can. I am not sure it is legal, but I think if both sets of parents agree, it is legal.
Ask the possible fathers to take a DNA test once the baby is born.
no they cant, but if your having a good relationship you could get married with the person all you need is a doctors note saying your pregnant and you could get married without parent permision in Maryland. I know this because when i was 16 years of age the same thing happen to me and i wanted to know too but i found out about that and i got married. Anyways no they cant make… Read More
no the pregnant teens parents can not decide if the teen keeps the baby or not.
The baby was put up for adoption. And then Rachels mom adopted her. Hope this was of help to you. (:
If 15 yr old girl 16 yr old boy are having baby and want to adopt out can parents of kids make them keep the baby or can the kids legally put baby up for adoption?
No, only the parents decide this and the adoption papers is the only legally binding contract a minor can sign. When it comes to your child you have the same rights as an adult. No one can force you to keep the child, abort or give it up for adoption.
No, generally legal expenses are taken care of by the private adoption agency via the adopting parents or the state agency in charge.
No, a baby can get either of the parents blood type.
You can get an abortion if you don't want to keep your baby. You can give the baby up for adoption. You can also give the baby to a close family member.
She would have to tell her parents and see a doctor who could present her with the choices she have; keep the baby, adoption or abortion. The police would also be interested since a 9yo is not allowed to have sex legally. The person who got her pregnant would probably end up in prison.
You cannot birth a baby without sexual intercourse, fertilization of an egg, conceiving and actually being pregnant. Biologically impossible! The only way to become a mother without pregnancy is adoption.
Scared or not - it's better you tell them before it's too late ! You have a choice whether to continue the pregnancy, or have a termination. If you decide to carry on, you need to decide whether to keep the baby or put it up for adoption. You CANNOT make these decisions on your own - and will have to tell your parents eventually.
That depens on their situation, age, relationship with the father, etc. Mormons who get pregnant before they are married have the same options as everyone else, with the exception of abortion. Many Mormon teens who get pregnant put the baby up for adoption. The Church has an adoption agency that most of these teens use. They also have the option of keeping the baby. If they do so, they are typically considered adults in the… Read More
In almost all states the answer is no, a parent cannot force their pregnant teen into adoption. However, the teen is 100% responsible for the child, in all respects including financially. In some states becoming a parent makes the teen a " legal adult" which means the teen's parents no longer have to support her or her child.
Legally no. You are the guardian of the child.
with a surrogate mother two people can have their own sperm and egg mixed together and then implanted in the surrogate, who carries the baby until it is born, then gives it to the parents. in adoption, they would adopt a baby that is not biologically theirs.
Emily tells chole Roland that she became pregnant after sleeping with he ex-boyfriend issac for the first time and left during the summer and went to Philly to hide the pregnancy from her parents the only person that knew was her sister and she was highly disappointed. She said that she had a little baby girl and that the baby was fine so I'm guessing she was put up for adoption.
don't know what you are asking but if you are asking, if someone is 2 months pregnant, can they get an abortion? yes. if you are saying that you are 7 months pregnant, then no. but you can put it up for adoption and there are lots of rich people waiting to adopt your baby...
If a female is married and pregnant with someone else's baby does she have to give the baby her husband's last name?
No the last name of the child's would be the biological fathers or her maiden name. If your husband wants your child to share his last name, he will have to go through an adoption process and have the name changed in court. It's a fairly simple hearing if all individuals participating are present and in agreement.
A woman can put a baby up for adoption without the father's consent in Utah. This has caused some controversy, and the Governor recently signed off on a partial fix in an effort to close the loophole, forcing a residency requirement of 90 days.
Could a birthmother legally give up a baby without the fathers consent by Adoption laws in AZ in 1987?
yes, if she is suffering from some problems and her husband is not supporting her.
Juno is a movie about a 16 year old girl who gets pregnant and gives the baby up for adoption.
Give it to adoption until you're old enough to have resomsiblity.
Well you have a choice to Kill the baby or later on after you give birth but it up for adoption
No, not in any state are you emancipated because you are pregnant or had a baby.
they cant afford the baby or the person didn't want the baby in the first place or the parents wouldn't let the teen keep the baby.