What rights do parents have regarding their 15-year-old pregnant daughter?

Parental rights such as custody of the minor, obligation of support and so forth remain the same as if the minor child were not pregnant. Parental rights do not extend to forcing the young lady to have an abortion, place the child for adoption, sign over her rights to the child. Minors who are pregnant or have a child retain all the legal rights to said child as does an adult female unless a court rules otherwise. If the parents of the pregnant minor do not want the responsiblility of supporting her through her pregnancy or her and the child when it is born, they may petition the court to have her emancipated to allow her to be eligible for public assistance and placement in a foster or group home. If the parents choose to support the minor and her child they can apply for public assistance on her behalf.