You don't get emancipated just because you are pregnant. You are the guardian of your child but your parents are the guardians of you.
Some people get emancipated to become their own legal guardian. A teenager could become emancipated from their parents or guardians if proper care was not being given.
If the minor (key fact) in question is not emancipated and his/her parents are his/her legal guardians, then no. If the minor (key fact) in question is not emancipated and his/her parents are his/her legal guardians, then no.
Yes you can get married at the age of 16 if you are emancipated or with a parent or guardians permission.
/get a paper and then get one of your legal guardians to sign such document
The answer is no. It used to be that way. But the laws have changed. Your parents or legal guardians are responsible until you are legally an adult  or emancipated.
If you are not yet at the age of emancipation in your state, and/or have not been emancipated by court action, you could be forced to return to your parents/guardians home. Your parents/guardians are STILL legally responsible for everything you do and your actions even if you move out.
It depends on the state. Many do not have an emancipated status. And if they do, the 16-year-old must show that they can support themselves.
If you are emancipated, then yes. Otherwise, you are required to stay wherever your legal guardians say you should until the age of 18 (in most countries).
If you are not yet an adult, yes. However you can apply to a court to be emancipated and the court may appoint you new guardians until you become an adult.
Unless you are legally emancipated by the court, yes. Because at 17 you are still a minor and under your parent/guardians protection.
If you are legally 'emancipated' from your parents/guardians yes, however for others, the legal 'age of majority' is 19 years of age.
The right of any other US citizen. If you are not legally emancipated by the courts you are considered to be under the authority of your parents or guardians.
Yes, there is a movie of the Guardians of Ga'Hoole. It is called Legend of the Guardians: The Guardians of Ga'Hoole.
In Michigan, a minor must live with their parents or guardians until they are 18 years of age. A minor can always hire an attorney and try to get emancipated.
No, the emancipation laws around the world include both parents or guardians, not just one. A child who wants to be emancipated is stating they can support themselves without the help of an adult.
Well... legally no. You could run away but then get in trouble with the police. Your parents or legal guardian can file you as a runaway and they may go searching for you. If you want to leave your parents/Guardians house you could get emancipated.
The guardians will defend the ancient temple until their last breath.These are my legal guardians.The princess couldn't go anywhere without her guardians following her.
A sixteen year old girl is emancipated as far as decisions concerning the baby. For example, she decides whether or not to keep the child, whether or not to have an abortion, which doctor she sees, and what medications she takes while she is carrying the child. Her legal guardians are still responsible for her in all things except those which concern the child.
Obviously you don't understand what emancipation is as emancipated minors do not have guardians. Nor can you get emancipated if you will then have to depend on someone else to provide for you (I assume that's the role you want the guardian to take). You need to research the topic.
Board of Guardians are the people in charge of a Workhouse
Twilight Guardians ended in 2008.
Guardians of Ga'Hoole was created in 2003.
Star of the Guardians has 534 pages.