Not unless you have parental permission. Otherwise the age is 18, legally.
No. You can get a divorce in any state.
Yes, if you are a resident of Colorado.
In Tennessee you can get married without permission at the age of 18. With parental permission you can get married at 16. Under 16 requires a court order.
No, you cannot get married in Tennessee at age 14. Even with a court order you have to be at least 16.
File for divorce in Colorado.
no,you can not
No, the marriage is not taking place in Tennessee and is therefore not under the laws of that state.
He married Eliza McCardle in her mother's home in Greeneville Tennessee.
=He was married to a woman from Tennessee briefly. It was annulled. He then married an Indian woman in Arkansas
No, you need the license from the location of the ceremony. You will have to apply in Colorado.
I think NO because it is a Florida marriage license not Tennessee
Blackberry Farms in Tennessee, in November. ;-)
Yes, she is married to June Kolo. The personality of Colorado!
Yes you can. Garden of the Gods is where my mother and stepfather were married
Yes. The Colorado state tax code relies upon the IRS's definition of marriage and, therefore, the Colorado Department of Revenue has ruled that a legally married same-sex couple legally married that lives in Colorado may jointly file their state income tax return as "married" (either jointly or separately).
Just one, but it can also be a legal guardian
Yes, in Tennessee you can fight the mother of your child in court. You will have better luck if you have a lawyer but you have just as much right to the child as she does even though you were never married.
I don't think so.