A 16-year-old can not get married without parental consent/court approval/special circumstances. Court approval is not an easy thing to get, especially if the parents object to the marriage. The courts do not like to override the authority of a parent. It would not be easy to convince the court that it's in the best interest of a 16-year-old to marry someone who's 9 years older than herself. Just because 'we love each other and want to get married' is not going to be enough. However, once she's 18, you'll be able to get married in any state, with the exception of Mississippi (where you have to be 21) and Nebraska (where you have to be 19).
A minor cannot move out without parental consent or a court order. They have to wait until they become an adult.
A minor can move out without parental consent in the state of Indiana at the age of 18. At the age of 18, a person is considered to be an adult.
You can if you are an adult. Otherwise the parent will have to consent and the child be 16 or older.
No, they are not an adult. Until they are 18, they cannot move out without parental permission.
The is 18, when you are a legal adult.
No there is not. A minor can not move out without parental consent, emancipation by the court or through marriage.
They cannot while they are a minor. They have to be an adult.
Yes but you need parental consent.
You have to be an adult. In the provinces it is 18 years old.
With parental consent a child can leave home at any time. Otherwise they must be an adult, 18 in Connecticut.
18 because at 18 you are considered an adult
no a minor can not get married in less garedenis with them
No, they are not an adult in Missouri. Until they are 18, they cannot leave the state without parental permission.
An 18 year old is officially an adult. There are some things where access to something may be prohibited to 21 years, but when you are 18 you can officially do everything without parental consent.
When you start college you are usually 18 and at 18 you are an adult. You don't need parental consent for anything at 18.
No, a 17 year old cannot consent to a tattoo. They must be an adult to get a tattoo.
She is not yet an adult. She will need parental consent or a court order.
Yes, you are an adult.
You will have to be an adult. In Illinois that will be 18 years of age.
yes, since you are n adult the school cant tell you you need parental consent.
There are no states that will allow a 15-year-old to marry without parental consent/court approval/special circumstances. Some states wouldn't allow it period.
18. At 18 you are an adult and you can sign contracts, get married, enlist.
yes, but you have to have parental consent and papers signed and what-not.
When you have reached adult age which in Ontario is 18.