No. even if you are under the AGE of 18 YOU are still the legal guardian to this child. You cannot be forced to give your child up, nor can anyone else make the decision for you, UNLESS you are mentally unstable or will have your child at risk. then the child CAN be taken. But I must say, if you ARE under 18, you have to think of the best interest of this child. can you financially take care of this child.(VERY VERY VERY expensive) Will this babys father be there? could you give this child everything it needed? If there were any types of health problems with this child could you pay medical expenses and emotionally handle it? You have to look at the whole aspect of the situation. and if you are unsure about any answers to the previous questions then it would not hurt to look into adoption. There are sooo many(married, stable) families out there that would love to have a child but couldnt. And if you are not ready for a child, you could give the greatest gift to a family... a child... But good luck, and i hope i have helped!
No. I am under 18 and am pregnant. I have decided to give my baby a better home through adoption. However, it is MY decision. You guardians cannot make you do it. YOU are the one who signs the adoption papers and has the right over your child. Also, in many states if you are under the age of 18, and you are pregnant and unmarried, you're considered the only legal parent of the child. The birthfather only has rights if he supports you and somehow contributes to the baby or you during your pregnancy.
Your guardian may not be able to make the call, but if you are unable to provide or care for the child or fail to properly care for your child or if you are in currently in legal trouble (especially violence or drugs) the child may be taken by CPS after he/she is born.
im pretty sure you have to be eighteen to do it without parental consent.
Yes, because eighteen is considered the legal age of consent.
Eighteen, of course.
Eighteen, without parental consent. 18.
Yes you can.
It is unlawful to knowingly sell, lease, loan, give away or deliver any firearm to a person who is not eighteen years old without the consent of the custodial parent or guardian.
No she can not.
No, the legal age is 18 without consent of parents or legal guardian.
Not without consent or the presence of a legal guardian in the US.
The 'minor' has no say in the matter.
Prohibits the piercing of a minor without the written, notarized consent of the parent or legal guardian. Consent may also be a parent or legal guardian accompanying the minor to receive the piercing.
She'll still need parental consent anywhere the age of consent is below sixteen.
If you are eighteen years old you are considered, in the State of California, an adult. The sixteen year old is considered a minor. The only way this can be done is with the consent of the sixteen year old's parent(s) or legal guardian(s). To marry without the minor's parental/guardian's consent would be considered illegal.
Yes as she is a 17 year old girl, with no way of supporting her baby, it would be in the best interest to give the baby for adoption without the parents consent.
A minor in the U.S. can not move out without parental, or legal guardian consent.
No. Your wife cannot appoint a legal guardian for your children. Only a court can appoint a legal guardian. If the guardianship is voluntary (and not ordered by the court) you and your wife must consent and join in the petition to have a guardian appointed.
The Guardian - 2001 Without Consent - 3.15 was released on: USA: 17 February 2004 Hungary: 26 October 2006 Germany: 5 September 2007
you have to be eighteen to get it done by ur self
Once you are emancipated or eighteen.