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If you are 16 and 8 months pregnant where in Georgia can you marry a 19-year-old with no parental consent?

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2015-07-16 18:24:57
2015-07-16 18:24:57

The state of Georgia is one of the few that allow a female who is at least sixteen years old and pregnant to be married w/o the consent of parent(s) or a legal guardian. The nineteen years old male is considered to be an adult under the state's legal age of majority laws. You will need to present to the clerk issuing the marriage license, a notarized statement from a licensed Georgia physician confirming the pregnancy,(in this case it seems a bit unnecessary but it is the law.

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