Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out
Age of Consent & Underage Relationships

If you are 15 and pregnant can you move in with your 24-year-old boyfriend?

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2005-09-24 16:12:05
2005-09-24 16:12:05

There is a VERY SERIOUS issue here, which does not concern marital ages. The minor is underage pertaining to consensual sex statutes in all states. The male adult may be facing numerous criminal charges, including several high priority felonies. In regards to the marriage issue, the majority of states would not allow the minor and adult to marry w/o the permission of the minor's parents and in some states the permisson of the court. There are a few states which waive this stipulation if a pregnancy is involved. However, the issue of the relationship between the adult male and the female minor would in all probability invalidate such an action. It would be in the best interest of the adult male to obtain legal counsel and not discuss the situation with anyone until he has received legal advice and/or representation.

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