No, the legal age of majority for Arkansas is 18. If the parents of the minor(s) object to the action they have several legal options in which to resolve the problem.
Yes if you have parental consent, if you dont have your parents behind you you can go get an amancipation from the courts, but you have to prove you can make it with your fiance.
If you're in the US, no, you could not. The parents of both minors would have to give signed consent.
No, not unless the fiance's parents consent and they would most likely have to give up rights to you and your father so they are no long liable for their child
If you gave them to her, or if she took them with your consent, then it should be legal for her to keep them as it is also her property. However, if someone gave them to her without your consent, then they do not belong to her. ----If someone gave them to her who owned them then they dobelong to her. ---------- The content of the pictures is not legally relevant. If someone takes photos of you, explicit or not, they may distribute copies of those photoes with a Limited Distribution freely, as they see fit. They may not publish them for profit without your consent. In short, there's not a lot you can do. However -- I would certainly ask my fiance' about how this came to be, and consider his answer carefully before tying the knot.
About the only place is Ireland. Otherwise you have to be at least the age of majority.
Being provided for is irrelevant. A 17-year-old is a minor and therefore, unless they have been emancipated, their parents get to decide where they live. At 18, you can move anywhere you want without parental consent.
Her fiance met the parents that night.
No, as a general rule any person under the age of 18 will need parental consent. Exceptions are where there is medical treatment (over age of 12).