No, you need parental consent if you are between 16 and 18 and want to get married in. The age of the person you are marrying is irrelevant in this regard. (06/13/09) Why would you want to? It is a statistical fact that relationships involving people who co-habitat and/or get married prior to age 24 have an 85% failure rate. Biologically, this is when females reach full mature on the physical, emotional, and hormonal levels. At this point, a woman is fully prepared to have and handle children, as well as a male that is still not fully mature.
Males don't reach full physical and hormonal maturity until age 30. This is also when they reach their peak emotional maturity, but not to the point of being fully independent. Half of the male emotional health comes from a woman. The biochemical frequency range of the male brain adjusts itself to match that of the female, developing an emotional symbiotic relationship.
Couples who begin cohabiting and/or get married prior to age 24 can find themselves drawing away from each other as each reaches full maturity. Their whole view of the world, and each other, changes. This doesn't happen to all couples, but clearly it is a factor in most relationship breakdowns.
Cohabiting couples breakup three times more than married couples. Cohabiting couples that later marry have a 46% higher rate of divorce than those who did not cohabit prior to marriage. See Link Below
Each partner must be at least sixteen years old. If either partner is under eighteen however, they must acquire written and notarized parental consent.
The age of consent in NC is 16, and you have to be no more than four years younger or older than your partner when dating or having sex. You have to be 18 to leave home with out parental consent, unless you get emancipated.
The best time to get married is when you are mentally and financially capable of supporting a family. I know it sounds like old school. However, lots of marriages fall apart because of the lack of time available because people spend a lot of time working on their careers when they marry young and don't have time to spend on each other; there are exceptions to this. However the point is, get married when you have everything sorted out. It is best for you, your partner and everyone concerned.In America it's usually at 18. Most states, however, allow marriage at a younger age with parental and/or judicial consent. Some states allow marriage at a still younger age if the female is pregnant. There are a few states (Nebraska, 19; Mississippi, 21) that have a higher age.For example, the age of consensual sex in Alabama is 16 for Male/Female. However there are many laws that have to be explored on this as well, in many states this law is only applicable if each party is within a few months to no more than two years of each others age.If you are considering marriage before the age of 18 then you will have to have a parent's consent (or legal guardian with proof that person is "legal" guardian)Legal Guardian is defined as...A person who has the legal responsibility for providing the care and management of a person who is incapable, either due to age (very young or even very old, or to some other physical, mental or emotional impairment, of administering his or her own affairs. In the case of a minor child, the guardian is charged with the legal responsibility for the care and management of the child and of the minor child's estate. A legal guardian will be under the supervision of the court and will be required to appear in court to give periodic reports about the status of the child and its estate.Other situations - Pregnant Teens: 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.
No, it is not possible to get married without your partner there with you. When you get married, it is supposed to be a special time for both of you.
Discuss the situation with him in a non-threatening atmosphere. Explain your reasons why you think his child would be better off without him in their life. If you are married or planning to be married and your partner wants to adopt your child, freeing the father from any legal or financial responsibility may convince him to consent. If he is unfit you can ask the court to terminate his rights.
No. Has a partner but not married
Both you and your parent's partner have rights to her.
For Washington state; Applicants between 17 and 18 years of age need to have a parent (legal custodian) present with them to provide their consent. If you are under 17 years old, you will need to have the age requirement waived by a superior court judge of the county in which one of the parties resides. Proof of age such as a driver's license or birth certificate is also required along with the written permission of the family court. Emancipated minors must present court emancipation papers specifically allowing the minor to marry.If you meant Washingtong D.C.;You must be 18 years old or older to marry without parental consent. A birth certificate may be necessary to show proof of age.If either partner is under 18, parental consent forms must be signed. You will need a certified copy of your birth certificate. If you are under 16 you can not marry.You have to be 16 not 17 or 18. 16 without parental consent.In Washington stateyou HAVE to be 18 with out consent of parent with consent you can be 15 to 17 years olddont listen to the person above me they are wrong:))
C.J. is gay and is married to his partner "Andrew"
What is the minimum age a man or woman may marry? You must be 18 years old or older to marry without parental consent. A birth certificate may be necessary to show proof of age. What if one or both of us is younger than 18? If either partner is under 18, parental consent forms must be signed. You will need a certified copy of your birth certificate. If you are under 16 you can not marry without a court order. wedingvendors.com
To marry in any state of Australia you must be 18 years of age or over. Once you and your partner have turned 18, you may get married without your parents' consent. If you are 16 or 17 and want to get married, you have to make an application to the Magistrates Court for permission. [Marriage Act 1961 (Cth)]
If you are not both over the age of consent, the law is being broken. While the charges may not be statutory rape, others may be applied. It really isn't worth it!
married to former partner Jonathan Roberts
Yes he is. He is married to his partner Damon.
If you are still living with your parents (which is likely) then what you should be concerned about is getting along with them. If they don't want you to dye your hair, don't. You will be moving out and living on your own (or with your chosen partner) soon enough, and you can then do what you wish. Patience.
The legal age of consent has nothing to do with the age of the partner. Check with your local legislation so that you or your partner don't render yourselves liable to prosecution.
My partner and I is correct only as the SUBJECT of a verb.For example:My partner and I will be married soon.My partner and I are going to a movie.In all other cases, my partner and me is correct.For example:Explain this to my partner and me.She gave a gift to my partner and me.
As the SUBJECT of a verb, yes: My partner and I will be married soon. As the OBJECT of a verb or a preposition, no: Explain this to my partner and me.
It depends which country or state you live in, but generally, yes, because the age of consent is normally 16 ADDED: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ages_of_consent_in_North_America#Florida
form your age up.you are legal..
No but he has a partner who has a had a baby with him
she is gay. ........and she's "married" to her long term partner.
No she is married to Phil Christensen
he was married. but now lives with male partner jamie
yes he is married to his partner Andrew