Jun 13, 2014 ... By contrast, in most cases, a minor who is pregnant (or recently gave ... that she
has the right to control her own decisions about her pregnancy.
When the word emancipation is used in a legal context, it typically means that a
minor child has been freed from the control of his or her parents. Before children
A minor may seek medical care without parental consent if she can convince ...
married, pregnant or a parent, in the military, declared emancipated by the court.
"minor consent services" if he or she is: • At least 12 years ... parents of the teen
are aware of her pregnancy. ... she may need to become legally “emancipated”.
Is a minor emancipated if he or she enlists in the military? .... Some minors who
are pregnant or teen parents are eligible for cash (TAFDC), food stamps, and ...
Jul 18, 2008 ... Legal Help for Juvenile Law - Emancipation: Teenage Pregnancy Emancipation.
... I have read in another post that she can't do that either, but would you ... (4) A
parent or legal guardian who is aware that his minor is being ...
If a teenage girl does not want to carry her pregnancy to term, can she have ... or
guardians before performing an abortion on a minor who is not emancipated.
Jan 2, 2011 ... by law your Daughter is now an legal adult per say..so she is ... A minor is NOT
automatically emancipated by pregnancy (although some of ...
If a minor marries or enters the military he/she is automatically emancipated.
Without ... he/she: has graduated from high school or; has married or; was
Apr 20, 2005 ... EMANCIPATED MINOR: If a minor is emancipated, this means that her ... the
student is pregnant, because she has had a child, because she ...