Even with your parents permission the courts will decide if you can be married and usually the courts rule against it because you are too young to get married. Please don't rush into marriage even if you are pregnant. You have so much of life ahead of you and I can guarantee you that you will regret this decision down the road. While all your friends go to school, graduate and either travel, have a career in a special area or work, you will not be in the same circle as your friends. Please think about all this.
yes, you can only with your parents permission!
No. Both of you will require permission to get married. And depending on the state, a 15 year old may require a court order to get married.
No. Her parents can allow her to live there if they wish. If the parents of the minor give permission, they can live anywhere.
you don't have to get 18 to get married do you? you don't have to get 18 to get married do you? you don't have to get 18 to get married do you? Parents can grant permission - or the child in question can contact a lawyer and try to become emancipated from parents.
* No there is no way you can legally get married at 15 unless both sets of parents give their permission and even then it may be turned down. If you love each other deeply then love knows no time and you can wait until you are both 18.
Nowhere. You would also need courts permission. But I think 15 is the lowest when it comes to marriage.
The youngest you can marry in some states is 15 with parents permission.
In a few states, you can get married at 15 with parental permission, but may also require a court order. Most states require you to be at least 16 and have the permission of the parents in order to get a marriage license.
If the parents give permission the 15 year old can live anywhere they allow.
No. Both of them must be 18 or have parental permission to marry. And most places don't allow a 15 year old to get married.
No, they are both underage. Even with parental permission the 15 year old cannot get married in most states. It would require a court order.
With permission from your parents you can legally get a tatto at 15
The minor person must have parental permission. If you took her to another state, without the permission of her parents you could be charged with a Federal and/or state crime, even if she went willingly. There are state and federal statutes that protect minors, whether they wish to be protected or not. And whether her parents were agreeable or not. Tread carefully...very carefully. It's illegal if her parents disapprove, but not if yours do. An 18 year old does not require parental permission to get married.
If they wanted to go downunder
No. Both are minors and the 15 year old is under the age of consent ( depending on your state the age of consent ranges from 16-18). To get married requires parents permission.
In Mississippi you have to be at least 21 to get married without permission. With parental permission you can get married at 17 for the boy with permission. A girl can get married at 15, but it also requires her parent's consent.
No place. A 15 year old cannot get married in Florida, you must be at least 16 and have parental permission. And he needs parental permission as well! You have to be 18 to get married without parental permission.
That will depend on the specific situation. The parents can give permission to live anywhere. However, if there is to sexual contact, they cannot give permission to break the law.
Yes, with permission, she can move out. The parents are still responsible for her though.
No. You are not allowed to get married below 16 even with parental consent. Without parental consent you have to wait until you are 18.
Only if your parents sign a form giving permission.
With your parents written permission, yes ... otherwise, no!
Not without a court order. You must be 16 and have parental permission to get married in most of the world. Some places will allow a 15 year old to get married if she is pregnant and the court and parents agree it is the best thing.
You have to be at least 16 to drop out in most states. And have your parents permission.
You can get engaged without parental permission, you just can't get married until you are 18 without their permission.