You must be 18 in order to leave home without parental consent unless you have been emancipated in some manner. Being pregnant/giving birth does *not* emancipate a minor. If you go to the doctor, get a note saying you are pregnant with the doc's signature you can get married, and that will emancipate you.
***NOTE*** You can no longer move out, and/or get married just because you are pregnant. The was a case of a 40-something year old women and a 15 year old male getting pregnant and getting married, after that Georgia revoked this law.
No. not until she is 18.
Yes, you can move out at the age of 17 in Georgia. That other guy has no idea what he is talking about. You can legally move out at 17 and can get approved emancipation at the age of 15 or 16 (not sure which) if you are pregnant.
Of course not! A 14 year old has no skills to take care of themselves. They are the responsibility of their parents until the age of 18.
If her parents give permission. She is still a minor and under their care. Otherwise she must be 18.
In Georgia, you can leave home at age 17 and cannot be forced to return, whether you are pregnant or not (but you can't be kicked out until age 18).
You have to be at least 18. The fact you are pregnant does not change that.
David Tennant and Georgia Moffet are now engaged and Georgia has an 8 year old son. She is pregnant. They have recently had a daughter called Olivia.
can a 17 year old move out on their own can a 17 year old move out on their own
its up to the parents in the state of georgia.
if i am prenant and et married at sixteen to the babys father could i move in with him with out my paents permission in the state off Georgia?