With parental consent, yes. The move does not relieve the girls' parents from being responsible for her support, welfare and maintenance.
Only with parental consent. Her parents still have to support her.
I THINK you can if you have parental consent, AND the law doesn't say you can't. And also if the 19 year old boyfriend can support the girl.
I get the feeling they are not married. if there are court orders for custody, visitation and child support she can not do this without the other parents consent and the courts consent. Otherwise she will be breaking the courts orders which is illegal.
A 17-year-old can get married in California if they are legally emancipated from their parents, or their parents sign a legal document. Once married, they can no longer rely on their parents for support.
yes you can you just have to met requirements and prove to the judge that you can support yourself live on your own you have a leagul way to make money and know how to it be at least 14 and you dont want to live at home as well as youre parents dont mind or you can join the arm forces; get married with parents permission.
The child support laws in the state of California are based off of a child support worksheet. The child support worksheet determines the amount of child support that should be paid, while taking into consideration the amount of income of both parents.
Not without parental consent. Until they are 18, the parents are responsible for them and decide where they live.
if you dont run away without your parents consent then no but if you have a job and could support yourself and can drive then you could.
Yes, you can get emancipated without parental consent. You cannot do it without notifying the parents. And the judge is likely to listen to their opinion about letting you go off on your own. And remember that if you are emancipated, your parents don't have to provide you with anything in the way of money or support.
No, you can't. Being pregnant does not emancipate a minor. If you leave home, your parents can file a police report and have you picked up and returned home. If Boyfriend takes you in/assist you, then he could be facing charges for doing so (possibly harboring a runaway/custodial inference/enticing a child). By the way, the age of sexual consent in TX is 17, so Boyfriend might be facing charging for that as well.
No. In OK, at 17 you would need the permission of your parents also. most likely yes if a judge agrees to waiver the parental consent (since you are pregnant otherwise no you would need parental consent) plus you have his parents consent witch is a very good thing! your chances are higher
The father has to have the court's consent to cease paying child support.
No. In order to be eligible to receive child support you must be the legal guardian. The parents would have to consent to the court appointment of the grandparents as legal guardians.
No. A 14-year-old does not get to decide where they live. If you leave home and your boyfriend
Not unless he is the father of the child. Only the biological parents pay for their child.
Yes, if she is under the age of 18. If the parents refuse to give consent, they could apply to the courts for a court order. The court might grant the consent if there is adequate evidence that they can raise the child and have the ability to support and take care of it.
If you are under the age of 18, you cannot move out without your parents' consent. However, you could ask a court for emancipation.
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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, only the biological parents pay for their child.
As long as she is a minor he has. Child support is not paid to the child but to one of the parents to be used for the child.