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emanicipation - 16 and pregnant in Oklahoma

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  • pty
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    Originally posted by crazylady303
    my mom is completly refusing to let me move with him.
    Yes, most parents would refuse to allow it.

    Originally posted by crazylady303
    Can I just get a job and prove to the courts that I have ways (boyfriends family) to support me and my baby?
    Having Boyfriend's family support you and your child (even partial support) is not self-sufficient, which is one of the requirements for emancipation.

    You need a valid reason why emancipation would be in your best interest. Do you have one? Wanting to move to another state with Boyfriend is NOT a valid reason.

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    started a topic emanicipation - 16 and pregnant in Oklahoma

    emanicipation - 16 and pregnant in Oklahoma

    I live in Oklahoma and I just found out I was pregnant a few days ago. The thing is my boyfriend who is 14, turns 15 in July, is moving to Texas at the end of June. I don't want to have this baby alone, but my mom is completly refusing to let me move with him. So I want to get emancipated I just don't know how I can go about doing that. I really need help. Do I need my moms permission to be emancipated? Can I just get a job and prove to the courts that I have ways (boyfriends family) to support me and my baby? With my situation can I get emancipated?
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