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Getting a GED will not automatically mean she is emancipated. To be emancipated, she must be married, join the military or show that she is totally self-supporting.
Unfortunately, your son has no rights at this time, as there is no proof of paternity. You would need to petition the court to have a pre-birth paternity test
However, note, that even though the parents gave permission for them to date, that would not preclude them from filing statutory rape charges. But there is a defense.
That would be that your son is not more than 24 months than she is
Or that they were both still in high school and that the girl consented to the sex
It is unfortunate that the parents do not want them to communicate. However, they are her parents and she is a minor child. So they have that right.
As to paying for doctor's visits - as I stated, there is no proof he is the biological Father without a paternity test. So, he is not legally obligated to pay.
He may Petition the Court for a pre birth paternity test, though they are rarely granted.
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