You've undoubtedly heard it said that when you get married, you are not only marrying your husband, but his whole family. Like most brides-to-be, you're probably wondering how you will handle balancing the expectations of your family, your husband-to-be's family, and your own brand-new family as you enter your marriage. Sometimes, weddings themselves are fertile territory for fielding expectations, particularly when it comes to those of your own parents and your soon-to-be in-laws.
If you are pregnant, and are not yet 18-years-old, you may wonder what rights you legally have. In most cases, a teenager can't enter into a legally binding contract, which may make you question whether you are able to give your child up for adoption or decide upon adoptive parents. Here are a few of the questions you may have if you find yourself pregnant as a teenager.
Can a Teenager Enter Into a Contract to Give Their Child Up For Adoption?