That would be the age of majority. In Tennessee and most of the US that would be 18. Then they are adults and the parents are no longer responsible for the child.
not without child's consent..
No. Tennessee does not have waiver rights allowing a pregnant minor or one who has a child to be married without the consent of parents or a legal guardian. Find out what the legal age of consent is in TN and you will have your answer. * The AOC only pertains to when a minor can legally engage in consensual sex. It has no bearing on the marriage laws. A minor who does not live in a state that has laws allowing a pregnant minor to marry without parental consent (Tennessee is one of those states) must have parental or legal guardian consent to marry or must be emancipated by the court.
A minor can always get emergency care without the parents consenting and also STD-testing, pregnancy testing and prenatal care without the parents consenting or finding out. For everything else you have to be 18yo.
18 without parental consent.
No. There are only a few things that a child can do without parents' consent, and moving in with a boyfriend is not one of them.
Not as long as she is a minor, no.
Depends on the child's age. You can read all about it in the link below.
No. The child has 2 parents not just one so both need to give their consent.
No. You may be parents, but you are still minors and require parents consent. When you both turn 18 you can get married without your parents consent since at that point you are an adult.