In most places and circumstances you will have to be 18 to become responsible for yourself unless you get emancipated. If you were able to get married you would still be considered a minor, but would not be bound by your parents. However, no one can tell you what to do about being pregnant. You are in charge when it comes to the decisions affecting you and your unborn child.
In England, a person is considered a child until they reach the age of 18 under current legislation.
You are considered a minor, but you could become an imansipated minor which would give you all the rights and responsibilities of being an adult.
No. Being pregnant or having a child does not automatically confer emancipation status to a minor in Arizona.
if you are under the supervision of a responsible adult yes
yes, anyone that is an adult under 5 foot is considered a midget Absolutely not. I dated a woman who was 4' 8" tall and I'm 6' 2". She was considered petite.
At the age of 18. Just because you are pregnant does not make you an adult under Texas law.
A person could be considered an adult when they turn 16 because they are no longer forced to go to school, but they could also be considered an adult when they turn 18 because they are no longer (in most cases) under the care of their parental gaurdians A person could be considered an adult when they turn 16 because they are no longer forced to go to school, but they could also be considered an adult when they turn 18 because they are no longer (in most cases) under the care of their parental gaurdians
Juveniles are under the age of 18. Once turning 18, the individual is considered an adult.
When a female hore is under four she is a Filly when she is over four she is a mare and therefore and adult
Anything after 5 is considered Pregnant.Anything under 5 is considered not pregnant.
One example- In Arkansas, if an adult kisses a person under 16, it is considered child molesting.
An Adult (18+) under the height of 4"10' is considered a dwarf or little person.
A child is under 18 and an adult is over 18.. or is it 21. but you wouldn't be considered a child at 19 though. hmmm
Theoretically yes but in a way you by default become under the supervision of her parent(s) or guardians and if you are still a minor (under 21) when she becomes an adult considering what you described she would become your legal guardian until your 21st birthday but if your parents authorized it there should be no problems for you to worry about. In most states (and maybe in all) when you *legally* marry you automatically become emancipated. Therefore, you would not come under the supervision of her parents or of her. You are considered to be an emancipated minor and therefore responsible for yourself.
No, if you are pregnant and under the age of 18 you are not leagally emancipated from your parents at all until you are 18 then you can be on your own. Just because you have a baby doesn't mean your an adult.
Anyone under the age of 18 is a runaway. They are a minor and not an adult.
A person who is under 18 or an adult still supported totally by the parents.
Being pregnant does not make you an adult. You are still the responsibility of your parents. You may be able to move out, but only if your parents allow it.
Adults are $25, kids 12 and under free. If a child is 13+, they are considered an Adult admission.
If you are married, you are considered an adult and can do what you wish.
In most areas, anyone under the age of eighteen (anyone who is not an adult) is a juvenile.
Sorry, but being stupid does not make one an adult. Georgia doesn't have an emancipation statute, which means the children are under their parents control until they are adults.
A BMI of 25 or under is usually considered to be a healthy weight; 25 to 30 is considered overweight; and a BMI over 30 indicates obesity.