Thank you for your clarification.
1) She has the same rights as an adult has when she has a baby. if she is unmarried she has sole legal custody
of the child and can deny the father any access to the child unless paternity
has been established.
2) She can deny access to the grandparents as the law considers the parent capable of making the right decisions on behalf of her child.
3) She has the right to file for child support
against the father. If the father is also a minor, the paternal grandparent's can be made responsible for child support on behalf of their son until the son is employed.
4) She can decide to place the child for adoption or relinquish her parental rights
and does not need the consent of her parents.
5) She has the right to make medical decisions for herself and her child.
6) The pregnancy does not automatically confer emancipation rights, she is still a minor and still in the custody of her parents or guardian despite the rights she has.
Don't forget to click Accept for my time and research, thank you.
Please accept my answer for the work I have provided you and to close this window. Thank you for using Just Answer.
Legal Disclaimer: The information given by me is for informational/research use only and you are paying me only for such information. The information contained herewith is not legal advice and by rendering such information there is no formation of an attorney-client relationship. I also do not claim to be licensed to practice in the state where this information is being provided. I strive to provide quality information, but I make no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained in or linked herein and it’s associated sites. As law is always changing, you are advised to speak with the appropriate legal counsel for accurate information. Thank you.