Can you be legally married if one party is in a coma?

No. A person cannot consent to marriage if they are in a coma. They do not have legal capacity: The mental ability to perceive, understand, and appreciate all relevant facts, to make a rational decision based thereon, and to understand the nature and effect of one's actions.

No. A person cannot consent to marriage if they are in a coma. They do not have legal capacity: The mental ability to perceive, understand, and appreciate all relevant facts, to make a rational decision based thereon, and to understand the nature and effect of one's actions.

No. A person cannot consent to marriage if they are in a coma. They do not have legal capacity: The mental ability to perceive, understand, and appreciate all relevant facts, to make a rational decision based thereon, and to understand the nature and effect of one's actions.

No. A person cannot consent to marriage if they are in a coma. They do not have legal capacity: The mental ability to perceive, understand, and appreciate all relevant facts, to make a rational decision based thereon, and to understand the nature and effect of one's actions.

No. A person cannot consent to marriage if they are in a coma. They do not have legal capacity: The mental ability to perceive, understand, and appreciate all relevant facts, to make a rational decision based thereon, and to understand the nature and effect of one's actions.