The answer to that is no, you cannot because you are under age It depends entirely on the state. Most states require you to be 18; however, if pregnant, many states have loopholes around that age-18 requirement. You'll probably have to have judicial consent in order to do so. Three states allow a minor who is 16 years or older to obtain a marriage license if a notarized statement from a state licensed physician verifying the pregnancy is presented when making the application. Those states are Florida, Georgia and Maryland(with some exceptions). The best option is to contact the state clerk of vital records for specific information pertaining to your state of residency. it doesnt depend on the state at all the answer is no period
No. Pregnant or not, parental consent is required if you are under the age of 18.
No. Pregnant or not, you have to have parental consent if you are under the age of 18.
No. You still need parental consent to get ungerage marrige pregnant or not. Unless you go to one of those states where it's legal to marry without parental consent.
A minor- pregnant or not- cannot marry without parental consent.
No. Even with parental consent you couldn't do it. In order to marry in GA a minor must be at least 16 and have parental consent.
No. Being pregnant/having a child does not emancipate a minor. You can leave home at 18 without parental consent. The only way you can leave prior to turning 18 without parental consent is if you
Depends where you live. if the state allow wihtout parental consent you would need the courts consent instead.
I believe that in Kentucky a pregnant minor can apply to a district court judge for permission to marry without parental consent. But that doesn
If you are under the age of 18 than no. If you are ot 18 you can not even get emansipated with out parental consent.
No. Pregnant or not, you need parental permission to marry.
You need to have parental consent.
Not without parental consent.
18. Under 18 (pregnant or not) requires parental consent.
no she cant
Yes but you need parental consent from her and his parents.
Parental consent is not required for emancipation. However, you do have to convince the court and your parents get to have a say.
No, since when pregnant you are medically emancipated.
A minor in the U.S. can not move out without parental, or legal guardian consent.
Depending on your state planned parenthood doesn't require parental consent or your local health department doesn't require parental consent.
Yes, with parental consent.
Only if you get emancipated.