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In Georgia if you are seventeen and pregnant are you automatically emancipated?

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no you are not just because you are pregnant does not mean that you are emancipated

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No, not automatically. Medically you are so you can make your own medical decisions. (Coming from a Paramedics regulations you are emancipated and able to make your own medical decisions if you are a minor who is pregnant.)


no you have to go to court to be emancipated and your parents have to approve for you to do so. If you just leave well you just left.


No, you are not emancipated automatically when you are pregnant. It does not mean one has the ability to take care of yourself. You do have certain rights as to obtaining assistance for you and your child, but you are still the responsibility of your parents until you turn 18.


Yes, Georgia is one of the few states that has an emancipation statute that pertains to a pregnant minor.


No, you are not emancipated automatically when you are pregnant. It does not mean one has the ability to take care of yourself. You do have certain rights as to obtaining assistance for you and your child, but you are still the responsibility of your parents until you turn 18 in Georgia.


Pregnancy does not emancipate you in any state.




YES. In Georgia, you are legally emancipated at seventeen years of age, not eighteen. Look-up the juvenile law center on the inter-net. It has all of the information that you need regarding the legality of this issue.


Legally, if your done with school, and seventeen, you are allowed to move out, and have most of the rights as an legal adult. If you are not done with school, and you are pregnant, being pregnant gives you the right to drop out of school without parent conseption. Which means you would be allowed to leave. So that's that way. Or you could get emancipated. Which gives you the right of a legal adult. Good luck :)


16 Years of age is the limit. There are four (4) ways to become emancipated under Georgia law:When a minor is legally married, the minor is automatically considered emancipated.When a minor turn 18 years of age, the minor is automatically considered emancipated.When a minor is on active duty in the U.S. military, the minor is automatically considered emancipatedA minor can file a petition in the Juvenile Court asking for a court order stating that he or she is emancipated. The parents either must approve or minor must prove it is in best interest to be emancipated.


Only when it comes to medical decisions regarding you and the baby.


No, you are not emancipated automatically when you are pregnant. It does not mean one has the ability to take care of yourself. You do have certain rights as to obtaining assistance for you and your child, but you are still the responsibility of your parents until you turn 18.


Be pregnant does not make you a legal adult. It gives you certain rights to obtain help for you and your child, but does not emancipate you.


Only with parental consent. You are not emancipated, only regarding the pregnancy and your health.



Yes, you pay until your child is emancipated. Pregnancy does not emancipate in any state.




{| |- | No you are not emancipated just because you are pregnant. Being a parent under the age of majority does not change that. However, the minor does have rights when it comes to the child and should contact social services in their community to discuss their options. |}


No, not unless you've been emancipated in some manner such as marriage (requires parental consent) or court decree (which is rarely granted).


Yes, Georgia gives contractual capacity to emancipated minors. Once a minor is legally emancipated, they are treated as an adult except in ways which would otherwise be prohibited by law, such as consumption of alcohol.


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.


Emancipated or not, you can date anyone you want as long as the person you date is 16 or older; the legal age of consent in Georgia is 16.


In Georgia, you can now go to jail at 17, so that creates a bit of a loophole. You cannot be kicked out until age 18, but because you can now go to jail at 17, you can leave home at 17, and there's nothing your parents or the police can do.



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