If you are emancipated, and at least 16, yes you can get married. Marriage is another way of getting emancipated.
The age of majority in Alabama is 19. You can move out at 18 with your parents' permission. That does not mean you are emancipated, or that they are relieved of the responsibility of taking care of you. You can, with your parent's permission, request emancipation from the court which 'relieves you from the disability of nonage.' *A legally married minor is considered to be automatically emancipated.
If you are married you are emancipated. That is how it works in all states.
A person in Alabama is not considered the Age of Majority until 19, even though at 18 you are charged as an adult automatically if you commit any crime. Alabama Section 30-4-15 and 16 basically say that when an 18 year old is married, their removal of disabilities of nonage is effected immediately (basically saying when you turn 18 and are married in the state of Alabama, you are considered "emancipated") and you now have the same legal rights and abilities as anyone age 19 and older.
If they are truly emancipated, yes. Note that in almost all states, getting married emancipates a minor.
You can't at 14, you are too young.
Yes, in some cases, a 18 year old can get emancipated in Alabama. As of June 2014, a person is considered a child until they are 19 years old.
Certainly. If you live in a state that allows emancipation, not all of them do. Most will consider you emancipated if you get married (not pregnant, married!).
You must be 19, or 18 with a court order in Alabama.
No. You cannot get married or emancipated in Iowa at 14/15.
Yes, if she is emancipated.