§ 2.103. COURT ORDER FOR UNDERAGE APPLICANT. (a) A
minor may petition the court in the minor's own name for an order
granting permission to marry. In a suit under this section, the
trial judge may advance the suit if the best interest of the
applicant would be served by an early hearing.
(b) The petition must be filed in the county where a parent
resides if a court has not awarded another person the right to
consent to marriage for the minor. If a court has awarded another
person the right to consent to marriage for the minor, the petition
must be filed in the county where that person resides. If no parent
or person who has the court-ordered right to consent to marriage for
the minor resides in this state, the petition must be filed in the
county where the minor lives.
(c) The petition must include:
(1) a statement of the reasons the minor desires to
(2) a statement of whether each parent is living or is
(3) the name and residence address of each living
(4) a statement of whether a court has awarded to a
person other than a parent of the minor the right to consent to
marriage for the minor.
(d) Process shall be served as in other civil cases on each
living parent of the minor or on a person who has the court-ordered
right to consent to marriage for the minor, as
applicable. Citation may be given by publication as in other civil
cases, except that notice shall be published one time only.
(e) The court shall appoint an amicus attorney or an
attorney ad litem to represent the minor in the proceeding. The
court shall specify a fee to be paid by the minor for the services of
the amicus attorney or attorney ad litem. The fee shall be
collected in the same manner as other costs of the proceeding.
(f) If after a hearing the court, sitting without a jury,
believes marriage to be in the best interest of the minor, the
court, by order, shall grant the minor permission to marry.
Yes, with parental consent.
No. In the state of TX, pregnant or not, a minor needs parental permission in order to marry.
She can get married with parental permission.
In Texas, a 15 year old minor can marry with parental consent. However, this 19 year old is guilty of statutory rape. He may be arrested if the parties appear and attempt to obtain a marriage license.
You can marry, but ONLY with parental consent.
You can not marry at 15 in Texas. You have to be at least 16 and with parental consent.
In Texas with parental consent, yes they can marry. Without it they will have to wait until they turn 18.
No! In fact, your man can be charged with rape for getting your pregnant regardless of whether you turned 18 the day after.
Yes with parental consent. The minimum age to marry is 14.
With parental consent or a court order, a 16-year-old can get married in Texas.
Only with the 16 year old parents consent.
Not without her parents consent.
Not if the live in Norway.
With parental consent, yes.
No, your parents can't give you permission to marry at 14 in Texas. In Texas, you can marry at 16/17 with parental consent. If you are under 16, then you also have to have court approval. Good luck convincing a judge that it would be in the best interest of 14-year-old to get married.
If the 17 year old has permission of the parents. They have to be 18 without permission.
no he will get arrested you will have to wait till your 18
Yes, an 18 year old can marry anyone else over 18 in any state. With parental consent, a person of 16 years of age can marry a person over the age of 18 in Texas.
Only with parental permission.