In most states the only way you could is with your parents permission.
Well, You could just give her sole custody, wait, and then get her to give you sole custody. I am just guessing
Nowhere. 18 is the legal age in every state.
No, You don't have to have custody of your child to consent to the marriage. You either have to be parent which you are or the gurdian. You are still your child's parent regardless of weather you have custody or not. You could also call to the Clerk of Courts and ask them if this will make you feel comfortable.AnswerIt depends on the laws of your state. But in many states (and for all I know it could be 'most' or 'all' states), a non-custodial parent alone cannot give permission for a minor to get married.
No she can not. In some states she could at 16 with the courts consent but no court will alllow it based on a pregnancy alone.
No. There are plenty of other places you could be a resident and still get married at 16.
If paternity has been legally established, the father could petition for custody/ guardianship.
If they find it out, he will get kicked out. If you want to be together get him to get a divorce asap before they find out. It sucks being pregnant with a married marine...trust me. (from experience)
Depending on the state, yes. Arrange a custody agreement first.
Try calling your local Children and Youth Services. It could even go by Children and Family Services in some states. They might be able to tell you. Different states have different laws regarding the age of consent. The person with legal custody can give their consent. Underage persons can petition the court for permission to marry in some states. You need to check with the case worker, an attorney, the family court or a court advocate.
It depends on your state you live in. Most states the age of consent is 16 so you should be o.k. there. And in most states you could get married, but she would need parental consent.
appeal to the court