Can a 16-year-old live with her boyfriend without parental consent?
Your parents probably want to restrict that kind of behavior because they know that it can only lead to problems for you when you get older. Why would you want to hurt the people who love you and are attempting to look out for your best interests? The simple reality is, at 16 you really don't know what you'll be like when you finally "grow up". As a mature person, you might actually end up growing morals and look back at this kind of behavor with a great amount of guilt. At 16, you are pretty much one big hormone factory, and your brain has no way of controlling your behavior. That's what parent's are for. No, a 16-year old is below the age of majority in all states, and therefore must legally remain in the custody of the parents or guardian until the state's legal age of majority is reached.
What are the possible charges for a pregnant 17-year-old girl and her boyfriend leaving state to get married without parental consent?
Where can you get married the age of 17 in south Caroline to my 19 year old boyfriend that I have been with for 3 years?
Without parental consent - nowhere. With parental consent - wherever you want. Since you are below 18 you need a certified copy of your birth certificate and a notarized statement of parental consent. The parent or legal guardian has to also appear at the same time as you to show their identification and to sign the parental consent form.