yes because she not 16 and if you dare have sex with her its stagitory rape
No, being pregnant does not change the legal age of majority law in the state where the minor is living. Likewise being pregnant or having a child will not automatically confer emancipation upon an underaged person.
it depends where abouts you stay, i.e. i stay near Glasgow and can get a house/flat if i wanted to move out my house but theres no point if your pregnant because your family can help you support your baby finacaly.
I don't think that's what your trying to ask. By definition emancipation is normally done without consent of legal guardians. * In those states which allow the emancipation of minors all such petitions have a "catch" one of such in some states is the parents must consent to the act. In other states the compulsory education laws will apply, and so forth. The only state that allows self-help emancipation of a minor is Wisconsin.
Yes. * Regardless of the required age for compulsory education in any US state a minor needs the permission of their parent(s) or legal guardian to leave school before the age of 18.
There is a common misconception that Utilities are part of state government. They are not. They are private companies , albeit a well regulated (as almost all) industry. Since about 1992 in NJ, in an efort to encourage competition there has even been freedom to chose different suppliers, although not many have successfully started operations in the state. Each type of utility in NJ has a different moritorium period when they cannot disconnect services. (For example, most gas is used for heaat and they cannot turn off residence between November and March.) They obviously must be able to turn off service for failure to pay at certain times, under most circumstances. If there is hardship and/or need, there are several programs available anyplace in NJ that work with the needy, many exclusively on utility services, and can arrange money grants and ways (like payment plans) to pay for the needed services. Contact your utility and the Board of Public Utilities (BPU, in Newark) and they will direct you to ones for you.