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Usually this is taken before a judge and in some cases the judge would rather see the parents of the baby married. It depends on a lot of things. No, you can't get married at 15 even if your boyfriend's mother agreed to it. Marcy

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Q: Can you get married legally if you are 15 and pregnant and the father's mother signs?
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