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If you are pregnant can you legally get married without parental consent in Kentucky?


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2006-07-12 05:57:09
2006-07-12 05:57:09

I believe that in Kentucky a pregnant minor can apply to a district court judge for permission to marry without parental consent. But that doesn


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The only way for him to marry his girlfriend is for her to be 18 and him to have parental consent or if she is under the age of 18 both would need parental consent. The male would have to be legally divorced from his parents otherwise.

Not legally, but if parental consent is given, there's not really any repercussion or consequence.

Actually, in Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland and Oklahoma allow pregnant teens or teens who have already had a child to get married without parental consent. In Florida, Kentucky, and Oklahoma, the young couple must have authorization from a court. Maryland requires that the minor be at least 16. Even with parental approval, many states will require court approval when a person is 16 years of age or less.Hope this information helps you!

Only with parental consent. Her parents still have to support her.

You have to be 18 to marry without parental consent. If you are 16/17 you can marry with parental consent. If you are under 16 you need parental consent and court approval.

Only with parental consent.

Yes, IF you have parental consent.

It's the parents who decide who their minor is allowed to see. Age of consent to legal sex is 16 in Kentucky.

The legal age for parental consent is 16, without parental consent, it is 18 years of age to be legally married.

Legally, yes. But I don't think many people would recommend it.

When you are 18 or with parental consent.

With parental consent or by emancipation.

Legally you must be an adult to sign a contract. With Parental consent and cosigning, you could get an apartment.

No, you need parental consent or you must be legally emancipated. The age of majority is 18.

16/17 can marry with parental consent. Under 16 needs parental consent and court approval.

Marriage laws vary from state to state. Most states allow minors below 18 to marry with parental and/or judicial consent. Some states allow female minors who are pregnant to marry without parental or judicial consent.

Yes , by law you have to be 18 pregnent or not. You are still legally considered a child until 18 and in some states 19 or 21 Who ever answered before me is stupid. In some states you may have to be 18 but in most if you are pregnant no matter age you can get married. In MOST states, pregnant or not, parental consent is still required if you are under the age of 18. There are A VERY FEW states that do not require parental consent if you are pregnant. Now the question is are you a resident of one of those states.

Legally no. Unless you have parental consent or you have been emancipated by the court system where you live

In the UK, you can legally get married at the age of 16, but only with parental consent. In the US, different states have different laws about the age one can get married legally. Most of them allow marriage with parental consent, and sometimes a court order and birth certificate. In some circumstances, there are states that allow marriage at the age of 16 without parental consent if the bride is pregnant. To see a full list of the laws and specific requirements for marriage in each state, see the "Marriage Laws by State" in the related links.

You must be at least 16 to move out of your parent's home in Ireland with parental consent. If there is no parental consent, the age to legally move out of Ireland is 18.

No, parental consent does not change the fact that the minor must be of the legal age of majority (18, to legally leave parental custody; nor does parental consent supercede existing laws pertaining to parental responsibility of minor children.

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