I'd say this is a joke question but I'll try to answer it properly in case it was not. When a man and woman have unprotected sex, his sperm enter the woman and swim through her uterus and into one of two tubes called Fallopian tubes. If it's the right time in the woman's cycle, that is, an egg has recently been released from one of her ovaries into the fallopian tube, the sperm will fertilise the egg. The egg and sperm each contain half of the DNA needed to form a new life. When they fuse, the genetic material of the baby is created. The baby's single cell begins to divide and by the time it reaches the end of the fallopian tube consists of several thousand cells. It leaves the fallopian tube and enters the uterus. It implants in the lining of the uterus and begins to grow. If nothing goes wrong, after about three weeks the embryo's heart begins to beat. At seven weeks it has a recognisably human face, and by eight weeks it is called a fetus. After twenty-four weeks or six months gestation, a baby born early can sometimes be saved. After seven months, chances of saving the baby if it is born now are quite good. Forty weeks or nine months is the normal gestation period and the baby should be born soon afterwards.
no Of course not.
Emancipation laws vary by state, but the aunt would probably have a better chance of being awarded custody/guardianship (and then she could also request that the parents be ordered to pay child support), then you would have of being emancipated. Emancipation generally requires that the minor is capable of supporting themselves, and since you
== == About 4 or 5 years old. It Depends.
I think what you're saying is that there is no court order in place. If that is the case, then neither parent has legal custody, so who ever has the children then has custody. So, if the children were to return to the mothers care, or if the mother were to obtain the children she would then have custody. This is the case in North Carolina. I can't speak to other states. However, I would like to issue a warning. It is in the best interest of the children for the parents to come to an agreement about the custody of the children. Parents who are separated should still work together to ensure the well-being a safety of their children. If the mother is a drug user, has a violent boyfriend, or anything else that might put children at risk, then be warned that if the mother does remove the children from the father unwillingly - it is likely that he will make a report to Child Protective Services. If CPS finds out that the mother is an unsafe caregiver, it is likely the department will place the children with the father and give him full custody - with a court order.