Sounds fair to me.As part of the order, the girl will be able to use her car to go to school, work and medical appointments. Her parents had taken away the use of the car as part of their effort to force an abortion, court papers stated.
The teen's parents will be liable for half of the hospital bill when she gives birth, unless she is married to the baby's 16-year-old father.
As parents, they have an obligation to care for their minor child, so they should provide transportation to school, a job (the parents shouldnt be allowed to not support the child's child *and* prevent her from doing so), and medical appt (doing so would constitute neglect)
And since the parents are responsible for the child health care, they should have to pay for the hospital bill, but I'm going to guess that the other half is either the responsibility of the girl, or the family of the boy that impregnated her.
"Hmmm...Can't decide if I want to watch "Four Houses" or give myself an Icy Hot pee hole enema..." - Blake Shelton
The Court sure gave a reason for her and the father to not marry at least until after the birth.
I don't real problem with the decision other than don't agree about the car. Then all teens should be able to sue of parents try to take away car-rights.
Welcome to parenting.
Anyway, I guess, since it is the car the parents paid for and permitted her to use, that if she wrecks it, the parents are going to have to repair it if they ever want to have it again. Or they can sell it as junk. I don't know.