Can the parents of a pregnant 14 year old make the decision who the adoptive parents will be?
No, the guardian of the baby is the female who carries it, not her parents. ...
What do you do when your pregnant at fourteen and your boyfriend is sixteen?
Well, if you haven't already, you need to tell him, his parents and your parents. And only you can know what to do after that - the baby is yours and you should be the one to make the decisions. You could keep the baby or give him/her up for adoption. Good luck and I hope it goes well for you ...
Asked in Pregnancy
What do you do being pregnant at 16?
First, tell your boyfriend. Then tell your parents and see a doctor to make sure you are healthy. You then have to make the choice of having the baby or abortion and if you decide to have the baby you have to choose between keeping it or adoption. The only one who can decide whether to give birth or not is you. ...
What would you do if you were pregnant at the age of 16?
Tell you parents and see the doctor who will present you your choices; Keep the baby Give the baby up for adoption Abortion Then you have to make a life plan and decide what you want to do. The decision is yours but you should hear what your parents have to say since they very much will be involved too. ...
Can a pregnant 15 year old marry the father of her child if he is 18?
With parents permission. Having a baby at 15 doesn't make you an adult. You are a minor that is pregnant. ...
Asked in Relationships, Teen Dating
What should I do if I get a girl pregnant at the age of 13?
Tell your parents. The choice whether to keep the baby or not is hers. If she wants to leave it for adoption you have a say in it but not if she chooses abortion. If she decides to keep the baby you have to make a choice whether to be a parent or not. You will have to pay child support but can give up your rights. Tell your parents and support her. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Can you take your baby mother to court because she is trying to force you to have a baby that you are not ready for?
If you are a man and you had sex with a woman who is now pregnant, and she wants to have the baby but you don't -- no, you can't take her to court to make her end the pregnancy or give the baby up. If she's not pregnant, the only way to be sure she doesn't get pregnant is to not have sex with her. ...
If you're 16 years old and pregnant can your parents make you give it up for adoption?
No! The mother of the child is the only one who can make the decisions
Asked in Literature & Language
Sons girlfriend is pregnant parents will not give her up to live with mom and son what can you do to make it legal?
Nothing. While the female in question is still a minor, her parents have authority over her. Unless she is married to the male, her parents do not have to give up custody. ...
Asked in Pregnancy
Im 17 and pregnant what can happen?
Well, you have options: 1) have the baby 2)get an abortion if you have the baby you can keep it or give it up for adotion. if you have an abortion you need to do if before the baby gets to a certain age i think or it won't work. You should start by talking to a doctor to make sure your pregnant and you and the baby are both healthy so far and your doctor can give you info...
Can a parent make a 13 year old give their baby up for adoption?
Nope, you have to sign the papers. If you don't the child is yours. Parents can't make you give away your child. ...
Can a person's parents make them give up their baby if they are 15 and 16 in the state of Louisiana?
No. The minor has the legal right to their child
What rights do a pregnant sixteen year old have?
well you have the right to raise your child. ad depending on the age of the father you have a right to have his help is raising the child, may it be child support or him actually being there. no one can make you give up your baby, but if you dont want the baby you have to have you parents permission to abort it. ...
Can a 16-year-old pregnant girl move out of her parents' house in MS to live with her boyfriend?
Being pregnant as a minor only mean you have the right to decide over the baby and make medical decisions regarding yourself and the baby. It does not emancipate you in any way. You and your boyfriend have to work out with your parents how the visitation will happen. ...
Asked in Relationships, Adoption
If you are fifteen years old and pregnant can your parents or the father's parents make you give the baby up for adoption when it is born?
It's a personal choice, they cannot make you do anything actually. Do what you think is right & don't let everyone elses feelings affect your actions. You are the one, who in the long run, will have to deal with your actions. Just remember do what YOU think is best. ...
Asked in Adoption, Custody, Women's Health
Can your parents make you give your baby up for adoption?
No they can not. In the case of being a minor parent the minors have the same rights as adults to decide. ...
What food can you eat while your pregnant to make you have a baby of a certain gender?
The sex of a baby is determined by the two sex chromosomes inherited from the parents. The mom always gives an X chromosome. Dad can either give an X or a Y. If dad gives an X, you get a girl. If dad gives a Y, you get a boy. ...
If you are about to be 17-years-old and are pregnant by a 19-year-old can your parents make you give up the baby or keep you away from the father so you and your baby will never see him again?
no you are over sixteen you have the right to do what you want if i were you id keep it just shag up again ...
Does a 13-year-old have to tell her parents she is pregnant?
You would have to tell them. You're only 13 and they will figure it out soon anyway. Make sure that you know what you want to do: keep the baby, give it up for adoption, etc. Your parents can help you make the decision but one of the first things they will want to know is your thoughts on the future. Good luck! ...
Asked in Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out
What rights do pregnant minors in Iowa have?
You decide whether to have the baby, an abortion or an adoption.You have the right to make medical decisions regarding you and the baby but everything else regarding you (not the baby) is decided by your parents just like before.The age for emancipation has not changed. ...