Age of Consent & Underage Relationships

Can a 17 year old girl from Utah get married tp 18 yer old boy from Idaho without parents permission?

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2009-09-18 11:44:45
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No, she must be at least 18 in order to get married without parental permission or have a court order.

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Yes, the parents can give permission. It does not absolve them of responsibility.


Only if you have parental permission. As a minor your parents are still responsible for you.


Legally, not without his father's permission.


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No, a child does not emancipate you in any state, only regarding your health and everything regarding the child. You still have to do as your parents say and can not move out without parental permission.


Idaho does not allow anyone under the age of 18 to marry without consent from their parents/legal guardian, which in this person's case (I'm just assuming) would probably be an agency along the lines of the Department of Social Services (and chances are they would be very reluctant to give permission). You can call the county clerk's office and ask them who would have to sign for someone in foster care. Oh, by the way you would have to have your parents permission too. The good news is, that once you're 18, you can get married with no problem!



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I don't know about other states, But in Idaho, You can get emancipated by marrying anyone older than 18, as long as you have parents permission to marry.


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Generally, educated and married.


In Idaho, in his wife's home town.


It's possible, if one or both parents now live in Idaho.


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