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 Is there any assistance for teen parents-to-be who want to live on their own?

Answer %REPLIES%AnswerIn Washington state, a teen parent-to-be (a mother) will be completely taken care of if they go through DSHS. They will get food stamps, room and board, free medical care, and free c... Read More »
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Is there an exception for government assistance for a couple who are both 17-years-old and pregnant when there is no room for them at either parents' home and their parents do not want them?

Answer I was 16 when I found out I was pregnant. I know it is hard. I guess my first thing is are you sure you are ready to live with the babies father?? It is really hard on a young couple with a... Read More »
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Does an adopted child have any say in who their adoptive parents will be For example may a teen in foster care who is going to be adopted decide if heshe wants to live with this new family?

Yes, when the family appeals in court the child gets the choice to say accept or deny this family.
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If you do not live with your biological parents but live with a legal guardian and are about to be legally adopted can you be emancipated from your biological parents?

I'm not entirely sure what you're asking. But, if you live in the US... If you're about to be legally adopted, then your biological parents parental rights will be terminated (and your adoptive pa... Read More »
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Can i choose which parent i want to live with My parents are fighting over me do i have a say where i live im 17 and pregnant and i want to live with my dad in Florida and mom won't let me go?

Technically you have to comply with whatever custody arrangement there is until you are age 18. At age 18, you are free to do as you please--but you may still be financially dependent on your paren... Read More »
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