It is EXTREMELY important to consult a lawyer in your case! You must be an emancipated minor in your state to move in with anyone. Further,there are also serious problems if the father is over the age of 18. He will be prosecuted as a sex offender, and have to register for LIFE every where he goes! This is independent of whether or not there has been a complaint filed. DSHS in your state will want all info reguarding the circumstances of the father, your pregnancy and any other pertinent info, should you apply for any public assistance. If DSHS finds out, that he is over the age 18 they will turn his name over to police, and they will prosecute him no matter,if you,or parents,do not wish for that to happen! Please, please consult an attorney specializing in family law! Certain aspects of sex offender laws are ruining peoples lives, I only hope for the best for you, the father, and your baby! * No. Not without the consent of her parents and/or permission from the court.
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.
No she can't.She is a minor.
it really depend on the age. If the pregnant teen is under 18 then the father can be put in jail for stat rape if the parents of the girl choose to.
Usually, the parents will ask questions like "HOW DID THIS HAPPEN!?!?" "WHO GOT YOU PREGNANT!?" sometimes the mother breaks down crying and the father leaves the room.
yes, u tell him first then your parents ,but sort something out with the father first
The embryo, pregnant woman and the father. In some cases if they tell their parents they can have feelings for it too.
Why tell them you might be pregnant instead of taking the test first? Then you sit them down and tell them straight out that you are other pregnant. You can also tell your mom first when you are alone if that is easier. The father should also tell his parents.
With parents permission. Having a baby at 15 doesn't make you an adult. You are a minor that is pregnant.
Well, Yes you can if you need help with the baby and want the father to be by your side but only if the parents of your boyfriend and your parents say its ok.
Your parents do have some legal right to keep the father away from the baby because of your age but they must have some kind of proff proving that this is in the best intrest of the child.
Now there are many ways to prove the child is the teen father a sperm test or a D.N.A test will do it to convince them.
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. Pregnancy does not emancipate you.
yes, the parents can stop the child until they reach 18.
If her parents object, then no. If her parents don't object, the law doesn't normally much care.
legally the law is you can move out at 16 withg your parents consent
No. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor, so you are still subject to your parents rules and authority. And by the way, the age of sexual consent in CA is 18, so it was illegal for anyone to have sex with you.
My mother cried, my father got angry - then they got over it and were very supportive.
No, they cannot.
Yes, yes they can
No, unless emancipated from her parents. Parents permission is not enough, as the law states you are a minor and under your parents care. Emancipation requires a court order from a judge and, frankly, one will not emancipate you just because you're pregnant. There are many factors that go into that decision and the fact that you are pregnant guarantees that you still need to be under the care of your parents.
No, both are living. They are legally married but live separately. Katherine, his mother, resides in Encino, CA. Joe, his father, lives in Nevada.
The father is never specified, but it is NOT Soda's. Sandy cheated on him, and she was sent to live with her Grandparents because her parents were disappointed in their teenage daughter being pregnant. Although Soda said he would marry her, her parents wouldn't let her.