No. I was in the same situation, and I live in Florida. You either have to be 18 years old, or you need to be "legally emancipated". To be legally emancipated, you need to be at least 16, and you have to fight your parents in court, which will be very costly, and time consuming. Maybe if you have a talk with your parents, and let them know that if they won't consent to you getting married, then THEY are going to have to be the ones responsible for supporting you and your newborn child until you turn 18.
Actually, Florida's laws state that you CAN get a marriage license from a county court judge if you are pregnant without parental consent. "If a person is under the age of 16, the marriage license has to be issued by a county judge, with or without parental permission. A minor who swears that they have a child or are expecting a baby, can apply for a license if the pregnancy has been verified by a written statement from a licensed physician" please note that the County court judge can decide to deny the marriage license.
So you have to take it to your county court, bring in all your documents (Birth certificate, social security card, ect), swear that you are pregnant, bring in proof from a physician, and it would probably help if you have some way of supporting yourself and the child financially. The judge will review your case and either decide to grant or deny you a marriage license. (Also please note this will cost money, like previous answer said. )
Also as the previous answer stated, it might be easier if you talk to your parents about it.
What is the legal age that a teenager can move out of their parents house in the state of Florida with or without parental consent?"
No. Pregnant or not, you have to have parental consent if you are under the age of 18.
It is illegal in Florida to video tape a minor without parental consent.
If they are 18, they can get married. Otherwise parental consent is required. If the teenager applies to the court, they may be able to get a court order to allow it, but it isn't granted very often.
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.
It depends on the state, but probably with parental consent. The prospect of a teenager getting parental consent is not an easy task.
No. Pregnant or not, parental consent is required if you are under the age of 18.
No, in the state of Florida you have to be 17 years of age or older to live by yourself with 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.
Without consent in Florida, it's 18.
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 live in England and the age restricton for a teenager to move out without parental consent is 16. However this could vary wherever you are from.
Not without parental consent.
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.
You need to have parental consent.
No. Pregnant or not, you need parental permission to marry.
i am pretty sure you do but why would you do ir just raise the child yourself you don't need him!!!!!!!!