Yes. In, the age that a young person can legally consent to sexual activities with an adult (a person 18 or older) is 17.
No, but there is a very good chance boyfriend can face criminal charges for having sex with her (at 15 she is legally incapable of consenting to sex).
yes. I believe 16 is the age of consent in Texas. So you might be okay.
It happens, and technically she can, but i would NOT suggest it. He could leave you as a single mother at any time. Oh and watch the movie "Where the heart is." Great movie about a teenager who's boyfriend left her alone and pregnant at a wallmart.
Kailyn From Big Rich Texas Is Not Pregnant
why do you think my parents would be concerned with this matter??????
No. In the state of TX, pregnant or not, a minor needs parental permission in order to marry.
Texas is one of the states that will not allow a divorce while the mother is pregnant.
The age of consent in Texas is 17. The law has been broken and it can't be undone.
Obviously you can , HONEY. do WHATEVER yoU WANT . *** Being pregnant does not emancipate a minor. So, assuming you're talking about moving in without your parents permission, no you can't. And if you do Boyfriend can be facing criminal charges. They'll start with 'harboring a runaway' and go from there.
At the age of 18. Just because you are pregnant does not make you an adult under Texas law.
Being pregnant does not change the age of majority. In Texas you have to be 18 before you are an adult.
When they both reach the age of majority. In Texas that is 18 years old. If both of their parents agree to it, they can get married at 16.
when you're pregnant in the state of texas, I think you can file. I do know that it can't be finalized until after childbirth.
no. once your pregnant ,texas see's you as an adult
enlist the ghostbusters
no. It's just a rumour.
Exactly the same as the rights of livin(g) people anywhere else in Texas
Not legally. When the baby is born, it may be a different story in Texas.
in texas there was about 690 teens that got knocked up
Only with approval of the court, but yes it is likely to be stopped.
No, you can't. Being pregnant does not emancipate a minor. If you leave home, your parents can file a police report and have you picked up and returned home. If Boyfriend takes you in/assist you, then he could be facing charges for doing so (possibly harboring a runaway/custodial inference/enticing a child). By the way, the age of sexual consent in TX is 17, so Boyfriend might be facing charging for that as well.
Being pregnant does not give you any 'adult rights'.
Hank Kuehne from Dallas, Texas. He is a professional golfer. == ==
Throughout the country, there are no laws that state, or reason to fire a women that is pregnant. And Texas is one of the 50 states in the United States of America, so it applies there too.