No. The mother gets the support for the baby not the boyfriend.
you ask him.
If your boyfriend was willing to support you and your child, you would be living there. To continue to have sex with him is not a good idea since he he has shown that he only wants the sex and not you.
Uh, probably not, but I'm sure that having a baby would apply as a perfect reason to get emancipated, in addition to being able to support yourself and all that.
No, not unless she gets married (which requires parental permission) or is emancipated.
Yes, you have to pay until she is emancipated.
Too late... He lied about the condom...
Yes, you have to pay until they are emancipated.
Until she is 18 and emancipated, yes.
No, having a baby does not mean she can support herself. You are obligated to support her, not her kids, until she is emancipated.
No. A 15 year old is still a minor, but now one with a child. Becoming pregnant does not make a minor emancipated. To become emancipated a minor child needs to go before a judge to have him/her determine if she can support herself and the baby. The judge will want to know the means of support and other living conditions. Being emancipated means that a person can support themselves, have a job, pay the rent, pay for babysitting, and do all things needed to live. I doubt that a judge will allow a 15 year old minor to become emancipated with a baby without the needed support.
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.
If you are 18 and want to have a baby with your 22 year old boyfriend, you are of legal age. Make sure that the boyfriend also wants a baby and that you can afford to care for the baby.
She committed paternity fraud. Be glad she didn't wait 18 years. see links
When he is horny and giving other dudes blowjobs!
Your Baby Boy!
No, not in any state are you emancipated due to pregnancy or having a baby.
No, having a baby in Utah does not mean that you are automatically emancipated. Having a baby just means that you are now a parent.
No, just having a baby doesn't make you emancipated in any state.
Just ask him you can only get a yes or a no is it not worth the risk?
If he doesn't want to wear a condom during sex.
Any 16 year old with or without a child needs to go before a judge to become emancipated. The fact there is a baby makes it very important that there is an income and means to take care of the baby and provide for it. This is what a judge will ask about and determine if there is income and support for a 16 year old mother to be emancipated.
You petition the court and prove to a judge that you can support yourself. He will want to know your monthly income, rent, payments, job, and other info about how you expect to live. Having a baby does not make you emancipated. It just makes you a teen with a baby.
Having a baby does not make one 18 years old. You have to be an adult to be emancipated.
No, not in any US state does having a baby make you emancipated.