Not without parental consent.
depends where u live
cause he is a clown
It will depend on the laws in the specific jurisdiction. And the mother cannot consent to something that is illegal.
The age for emancipation is 18. Therefore, you would have to be married (need parental consent), or have a court order.
Yes they can
Mr. Freeman, Angeou's mothers boyfriend.
* It depends what the spanking laws are in your State, but no boyfriend should be spanking your child. You both should decide on discipline according to the State Law and agree to back each other on any decisions of punishment. If spanking laws are legal in your State then you should try other methods of punishment first and if spanking is necessary then you should do it and NOT your boyfriend!
Town, yes. State, maybe, with the father's written consent.
I'm sorry to say that you cannot get married at 15 even if your boyfriend is 16. Your mother has to say that it is ok and his parents need to say that also.
because their mothers boyfriend abused them
No. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor. You are still subject to your parent's rules and authority until you turn 18. And if you runaway and Boyfriend takes you in, he can get into a whole lot of legal trouble over it.
Not unless you are in a custody battle. It is only if you are going out of the country that you need consent
No, the only way is if it for medical reasons.
yes because her mothers boyfriend raped maya and mayas uncle killed the boyfriend.
Yes but it should be a written consent and It also depends how old is "older"/
yes the mothers have the right to
Only the legal guardian can give consent to a medical procedure. If she says no you can get a court order.
no its the mothers children. she had them. so no
No. The only way you become emancipated when pregnant is emancipation regarding your baby and your health. Everything else is like it was before.
Lana Turner's daughter stabbed Lana's boyfriend to death in Lana's apartment
No. Only the court could make that decision.
Only if the mother has no legal rights to that child.