Q: Is this illegal in Oklahoma?
17 year old girl has a child, decides to move back in with her biological mother, who lost all her rights, they were involuntarily terminated before her adoption. Her mother was deemed unfit. Child endangerment or something is wrong with this situation. Any laws being broken?
A: The 17 year old could be classified as an adult, (if she has been working, paying taxes, paying rent... giving birth to a child, raising the child). More information is required before any determination can be made as to whether the 17 year old or her baby might be at risk in this situation.
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