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 Can a pregnant 16 year old move out of her parents' home in Texas?

Answer No as you are only 16 years old and a minor it does not matter even if you are living in the state of Texas you can not just walk out as you are pregnant even and need care all the more.
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If I am a 16 year old in Texas and pregnant can I move out of my house to go live with my boyfriend's parents?

No. First of all are you not emancipated and would need parental consent to move out. Second is that the age of consent is 17 in Texas so move to your boyfriend and live with him as in a relationsh... Read More »
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If you are 17 in Oregon and you get pregnant can you legally move out of your parents' home and what are your other rights as a pregnant teen mother?

In the state of Oregon, you must be 18 years of age to move out legally.However, it is important to know your rights as a mother. A minor who is pregnant is emancipation automatically in regards to... Read More »
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If you are 17 in Colorado and you get pregnant can you legally move out of your parents' home and what are your other rights as a pregnant teen mother?

Answer Go on:www.google.comASK: What is the age of consent in Colorado?After you get your answer then ask Google:What rights does a teen mother have?This will give you all the answers you need and... Read More »
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Can a pregnant 17-year-old move out of her parents' house and in with her 19-year-old boyfriend when the baby is born?

Answer In all liklihood. In many states, a child having a baby is reason for automatic emancipation.
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