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You'd have to petition the court for emancipation and meet all the requirements for it. It's rarely granted. And no court will emancipate a minor so she can move in with her boyfriend-that's not the purpose of emancipation.

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Q: Can a 17-teen-old emancipate themself and move with there boyfriend in Texas?
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Do you become emancipated by the state of Texas when you had your child at 18?

Giving birth does not emancipate a minor, but turning 18 does emancipate them (because it's the age of majority, which means they're a legal adult).

How can a sixteen year old move out of there parents home in the state of Texas?

They must emancipate you, otherwise you cannot.

Can a 17 year old pregnant girl move in with her 18 year old boyfriend in Texas?

Obviously you can , HONEY. do WHATEVER yoU WANT . *** Being pregnant does not emancipate a minor. So, assuming you're talking about moving in without your parents permission, no you can't. And if you do Boyfriend can be facing criminal charges. They'll start with 'harboring a runaway' and go from there.

In Texas can you emancipate a 17-year-old if they move out on their own so you are not responsible for their actions?

I think the child is the one who has to emancipate themselves. Your basically kicking them out. Im sure if your at this point your at your wits end. Good luck

In Texas at age 16 can you move out of your father's house in with my baby's father and his family?

Only with your father's permission or if you emancipate yourself.

Can a 16-year-old mother move out of her house and live with the father of her child in Texas and if so what is the process?

oh yes only if the father is going to help talk are of the baby but yes * A 16-year-old is a minor. Therefore, they cannot leave home without parental consent unless they have been emancipated. Giving birth does not emancipate a minor.

Can a pregnant 15 year old move in with her boyfriend in Texas?

No, you can't. Being pregnant does not emancipate a minor. If you leave home, your parents can file a police report and have you picked up and returned home. If Boyfriend takes you in/assist you, then he could be facing charges for doing so (possibly harboring a runaway/custodial inference/enticing a child). By the way, the age of sexual consent in TX is 17, so Boyfriend might be facing charging for that as well.

If you want to kick out your boyfriend living with you in Texas what do you do?

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What are the rights of livin boyfriend in Texas?

Exactly the same as the rights of livin(g) people anywhere else in Texas

If you be come pregnant at the age 16 can you leave home in Texas?

No. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor. You are still subject to your parent's rules and authority until you turn 18.

Does a minor girl who becomes a mother automatically become emancipated in Texas?

No, becoming a mother does not automatically emancipate a minor girl in Texas. Emancipation requires a legal process to be completed, which involves obtaining a court order declaring the minor legally independent from their parents or guardians.

Do you have to get permisson to emancipate from foster care in texas at the age of 17?

The judge must gives you permission to leave as long as you are a minor just like he is the one who decided you were going to be in it. At 18 when you are of legal age you do what you want.