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.
No, you are not the age of majority yet.
No, not unless you parents and his parents allow you to...
Only if she has permission from her parents. Being pregnant does make them an adult.
No, but there is a very good chance boyfriend can face criminal charges for having sex with her (at 15 she is legally incapable of consenting to sex).
Only if her parents approve.
He certainly can
Yes, you can if you are both emancipated minors. You would have to check your local laws regarding emancipation.
It would not be legal until you are 16.
No, you are not emancipated because you got pregnant.
No. The only way you become emancipated when pregnant is emancipation regarding your baby and your health. Everything else is like it was before.
no its not illigeal
Not without parental consent until you are 18. The pregnancy does not emancipate you.
No she has to be 16 for that. And I doubt you will be able to support yourself at that age.
Its your call.
Legally no. Unless you have parental consent or you have been emancipated by the court system where you live
it depends upon what state you live in and how old is the boy, and if the girl's parents give their permission.
No. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor. You are still subject to your parent's rules and authority until you turn 18. And if you runaway and Boyfriend takes you in, he can get into a whole lot of legal trouble over it.
At 15? Of course not. However, she should contact social services. They can provide advice and information on what assistance is available to her.
From a strict legal standpoint, no. As a practical matter, if your parents don't object, no one is likely to complain about it.
To have the baby or not is all your decision but you can not move anywhere without parental permission at 15. You get emancipated regarding your child but not regarding anything else. If you feel threatened by her you have to contact the CPS or tell your boyfriends mother to do so.
No that is Illigal and its nasty how she got Pregnant
its very likely that he will go to jail. if he's alot older than you, like you said.
No. The boyfriend could go to jail due to being with an underage girl.
No. Pregnancy does not automatically confer emancipation rights to a minor. The legal age of majority for the state is 18.
Depends on the state of residence. Laws vary from state to state. If the legal age of consent is 16, yes.