yh because you would be to young to marry
By 'a parent's permission' do you mean that you only have *one* of your parents permission? If that's the case then it depends on where you live. In many states, if the parents have equal custody then the permission of *both* is required.
you know there is actually no law i have heard of that says you cant but i think both parents need to give their child permission first.
In FL, if both parents are alive and both have custody, then both signatures are required.
== == You can't. At age 16 you are considered a MINOR in both Canada and the USA, and you would have to have the written permission of BOTH of your Parents, and that permission would have also be NOTARIZED by a lawyer.
The legal age in the state of Florida is 17 for both male and female without parents permission.
Just sit both of her parents down and tell them that you love their daughter and you would like to have their permission to have her hand in marriage. Good luck and God Bless:)
If both parents have custody, you need the permission of both parents.
No. Both parents permission is necessary.
Yes, if you have parental consent, you can get married at 17. Be aware that in many states, if both parents have equal custody, then the signature of both is required.
Permission of both parents
Yes in Indiana, with the parents' permission. Otherwise they will have to wait until they are both 18 or older.