in the case of the baby you have all the rights an adult mother would have, unless social services has become involved for some reason, as for yourself you need to be more specific.
Of course you do! It's up to you what you do or don't do because it's your child and your body !
a underage 16 year old mother who is considered an adult and has rights to her own child should have rights to herself aswell, and to where she can live. by all means now that she is a parent with rights she should have rights to her self.
Regardless of age, mother has sole control and custody.
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If you're in the US... You have no rights to have contact with the minor mother if her parents forbid it. You do have the right to petition the court for visitation with the child. Of course you also have the obligation of paying child support.
The context is California law
As regards what?see links
Even though the mother is underage she still has custody of her child as long as she does not do something to get custody taken away from her
no. that shouldn't be the case
According to the precedents set by Anderson v Anderson, there are a list of factors when deciding custodial arrangements of children. Chief among them is the qualifications and fitness of the parent and their ability to control and direct the children. If the underage mother is able to provide this, then she will retain custody.
Not in the USA. Only the biological mother decides this and even if she wanted to she could not do it without the father agreeing to it. They might be underage but they have the same rights as all parents to decide regarding their child.
yes, age has nothing to do with it.