His parents will be responsible until he turns 18 years of age. By the time you take him to court, he will probably be of age and it will all be on him, financially and morally. * In most instances, no. The parents could not be held legally or financially responsible in such a situation. Generally the court will spindle any support petition until the minor reaches the age of majority and then review the case, at which time it will be decided if support should be ordered and any arrearages assessed. In all US states the father's paternity must be established when it concerns a child born out-of-wedlock before the court will address any other issues.
No, she is still a child. The parents are still responsible for her.
You tell your daughter that you got pregnant by her boyfriend.
Yes, they are still responsible for their daughter. Once she reaches the age of 18 she is free to go where she wishes.
No you are a minor and not an adult even though you will be a mother. Your parents are responsible for you and now your baby.
In most states, you are responsible for your child until she reaches the age of majority, however, you are NOT responsible for her child.
His daughter - probably. Her baby, no. see links below
You are responsible for your children until they are adults. And in Colorado that is not until they turn 18.
Unless 16 is the legal age where you are, you are responsible for her unless she gets emancipated.
No unless the minor wants to press charges
Yes. Until and unless the child is emancipated, you are still responsible regardless of other income. The support from your daughter's boyfriend is probably for your grandchild.
What does it mean when my daughter dreamed I was pregnant
Only with parental consent. Her parents still have to support her.