Your 15 and 6 months pregnant can your parents refuse to help you raise the baby when its born?
I would think not as your parents are responsible for you until you are 18. Once the baby is born, you have parental rights for that child so I believe that would make your parents responsible for both of you (at least until you are 18) If they are saying they aren't going to help you, you really need to talk to someone who can help (i.e. social services, children's services, your Dr., somebody)
My son and his girlfriend just had a baby. Her parents told her she had to move out when the stepdad found out she was pregnant. They want to get married but will she need consent in Ohio.?
Many penguin chicks separate from their parents once their waterproof feathers are grown and they can hunt on their own. For some penguin species it only takes 7 to 10 weeks for feathers and hunting skills to develop. Adult King penguins raise their chicks for 15 months, while yellow-eyed penguins keep their offspring close through their first molting plus 12 months.
If within a few months of getting insurance you are diagnosed with hepatitis C and need a liver transplant can the insurance company cancel your policy?
No - an insurance company cannot cancel your policy or refuse to pay the claim, unless it can be proven that you were aware of this prior to obtaining the new insurance. They also cannot raise your premiums unless they raise everyone in your healthpool rates as well. A healthpool is a group of individuals who are in the same age range and insurance rating as you.
What are the parents who discuss and negotiate family rules are especially likely to raise children?
What happens to the child of a 16-year-old pregnant girl while she is in state custody at a juvenile facility in Tennessee?
Her parents can usually take the child in or grandparents. Child Welfare is usually not far away and has the right to decide what is a fitting home for the child. If the mother's parents or grandparents are not fit to raise the child then the child could become a ward of the courts, but, if the father of the child comes forward and can prove he has the finances to raise that child in…