Age of Consent & Underage Relationships

Can you get married legally at 17 without your parents permission?


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2009-09-18 13:39:16
2009-09-18 13:39:16

Not unless you get a court order that will allow it.

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She can not get married without parents or the courts permission.

Not without their permission.

You are not considered an adult until you are 18, let alone get married. If your parents find out or the cops, you will find that out!

16 with parents permission, 18 without permission.

You both need to be eighteen to do it wihtout permission, because then your parents can't legally force you to stop.

You can't get married at 14 with your parents permission in any civilised country never mind without their permission.

You must be 18 without parental permission.

In the United States, 16 with your parents permission. And 17 and older without your parents permission.

1. Get Grandparents'/Parents' Permission or 2. Get married (which will require Grandparent's/Parents' permission) or 3. She gets emancipated (which is hard to do without grandparents'/parents' permission)

No, they cannot do so legally, unless they have parental permission. Until they are 18 or married, the parents are responsible.

If you are under the age of 16, you are unable to get married by law. However, if you are over 16 but under 18 you can get permission from the underage parties parents (the boys). Once you are 18, you can legally get married without the permission from parents.

Yes, you can legally move in without their permission. They had to give permission for you to get married and that emancipates you.

No, only someone "of age" (18 years) can live without parental permission, If they do the parents can be charged with abuse.

No, you can not legally get married at age 17 unless both of your parents and both of your partner's parents have given permission.

NO. You need to be 18 years old to legally move out of your parents house. Even if you have permission or not.

1.) Join the military (if you're old enough) 2.) Get married (if you're old enough or if you have parents' permission and meet legal age requirements) 3.) Go to court and have a judge declare you emancipated (with or without parents' permission)

Yes at least in the UK they can without permission. It will depend what Country you are in I suppose.

No, a minor cannot move without permission. They must have parental consent or a court order.

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