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in newhampshire what is the legal age to move out if pregnant

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a pregnant 16 year old can move out of her parents home if she is legal to give consent and live with her baby's father.


Being pregnant does not affect your ability to move out. Until you turn 18 or are emancipated you need your parent's permission to move out and live somewhere else.


He lives in Knoxville Tennessee right now and he is gonna move to Nashua New Hampshire soon.



Pregnancy doesn't change anything so you can only move out if you have parental consent, is married, or if 16 is the legal age where you live.


Depends on where you live but on most states the pregnancy changes nothing and you have to wait until you are 18.


no. shes still not legal.


No. Until you are 18 you need to live with a legal guardian. Pregnancy does not emancipate you.


No, being pregnant does not make one an adult for legal purposes.


No you have to be 18 unless 16 is the legal age where you live. Pregnancy don't change a thing.


No it is not legal to move out at 16. Until you are an adult, your parents determine where you live.


As long as your parents say it is okay, it is legal. Otherwise you need to wait until you are 18 to move out of your parents' house.


No. Being pregnant/having a child does not give you the legal right to choose where you live.



Same as before you were pregnant. Pregnancy doesn't change anything.


No it is not legal to move out at 17 in Arizona. Until you are an adult, your parents determine where you live.


if you are the legal guardian of that child you are absolutely responsible for that child an tell she is 18 years old pregnant or not..


Sure you can - but your parents can come get you and make you live with them. They have legal custody of you until you're of age to move out.


Yes, the legal marriage of a minor pregnant or not confers emancipation status. However, the issue of a minor being pregnant or having a child does not confer automatic emancipation rights. Yes. If you are married, there is nothing your parents can do.


Not without your parents permission. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor, so until you turn 18, Mom and Dad have the legal right to determine where you live. Even if they give you permission to move out, they still retain all their legal parental rights, so they can change their mind and order you to come back home any time they want.


In the state of Georgia, the legal age to move out of your parents home is 18. There are a few exceptions such as parental abuse, emancipation, the teen joined the military, or they became pregnant and got married.


No, 18 is still the legal age in Idaho.


The Legal age is 16 if you want to move out your parents house ...





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