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
In Maryland, pregnancy itself does not necessarily emancipate a minor child, but
a pregnant minor would become emancipated in Maryland if she were to move ...
"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”.
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
And if i she does get married am i legally responsible for her anymore?? ... Is a
pregnant minor considered emancipated when obtaining medical consent?
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.
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.
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 ...
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 ...