In most states, a juvenile having a child is considered emancipated, or a legal adult. As such, she can do as she pleases. You can check whether this is true in your state by contacting the courthouse and speaking to the clerk of the court. As an aside, raising a child correctly costs about $165,600, or $9,741 a year. That doesn't factor in usual living costs like rent, utilities, insurance, gas and gorceries. If you still have assistance available to you through your family, you might want to think about utilizing it while you can. * Being pregnant or having a child does not confer emancipation status upon a minor in any state with the exception of Wisconsin. The State of Georgia does allow a pregnant minor or one who already has a child to marry without parental permission. A notarized letter from a physician licensed to practice in the Georgia attesting to the pregnancy must be presented at the time of application of the marriage license. Minors who are legally married are considered emancipation with the exception of those laws which regulate age specific acts, such as the purchasing and use of alcohol.
A 16 or 17 year old in Georgia with a doctor's certification of pregnancy does not need parental consent to get married.
No. Even with parental consent you couldn't do it. In order to marry in GA a minor must be at least 16 and have parental consent.
no she cant
Georgia, but the girl has to be pregnant
18 without parental consent, 16 with parental consent.
How old do you have to be to get your nose pierced in the state of Georgia if you have parental consent?"
Only with parental consent. You are not emancipated, only regarding the pregnancy and your health.
You must be 18 to get a tattoo in Georgia. Parental consent does not change this.
Of course not! You must be 18 to get married without parental consent or a court order.