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If your pregnant in Georgia at what age can you get married?

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2007-10-29 00:27:25
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You must be 18 to get married without parental permission. If parents give permission, you can get a marriage license at 16.

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If you are pregnant the law in Georgia says you are allowed to be married no matter what age. If you are pregnant the law in Georgia says you are allowed to be married no matter what age.


at 16 but tha girl gotta be pregnant


If your pregnant in Georgia, yes. Otherwise you need parents consent.


Depends on the state if you live in Georgia if you get the girl pregnant at age 16 you can get married with her


Georgia used to, but I don't know if they do anymore. That's all I know of.


No but the court still require that your parents are with you in court to get the courts consent.


if you get pregnant in Georgia at 16 you can move out and get married it was on george Lopez


Age of consent is 16 in Georgia so it is not illegal unless you had sex when she was below 16. in that case marrying her will not change the charge.


Yes, the legal age of consent in Georgia is 16.


In Georgia, you can leave home at age 17 and cannot be forced to return, whether you are pregnant or not (but you can't be kicked out until age 18).


This fair statement might be true. at 17, you can actually get married to a 17-year old pregnant woman in Georgia.



The age of majority is 18. If you are at least 16 and have parental permission you can get married in most states.


No, you have to their consent.AnswerIn order to get married as a minor in Georgia you have to be between the ages of 16 and 17. Then you have to be accompained by both parents whom have given written consent. AnswerAny person under the age of majority must have the permission of the parents or legal guardian to be married, the age of majority in Georgia is 18. There is an exception to the law when it pertains to minors who are at least 16 years of age and qualify under the specified guidelines. Anyone under the age of sixteen must have the permission from the court, an act which is very rarely granted. Answerin Georgia if you are pregnant then you can get married no matter what age you are


Yes, if you have parental consent.


A 16 or 17 year old in Georgia with a doctor's certification of pregnancy does not need parental consent to get married.


Bella gets married and is pregnant at age 18.


In the state of Georgia, the legal age to move out of your parents home is 18. There are a few exceptions such as parental abuse, emancipation, the teen joined the military, or they became pregnant and got married.


No. There are plenty of other places you could be a resident and still get married at 16.


you should marry him first when you are of age then you should decide whether or not to get pregnant. The age laws do not change just because you are pregnant.


if i am prenant and et married at sixteen to the babys father could i move in with him with out my paents permission in the state off Georgia?


i don't know but i do know 15 in southern Alabama you can get married if the woman is pregnant



No. Pregnant or not, you have to have parental consent if you are under the age of 18.


It really depends on where you live and if you are married or not.in Some states you have to have parents permission to get married but I know in Georgia you can get married to anyone no matter the age if you have proof of pregnancy. Hope that helped. The citing of the Georgia law is quite correct with the exception of a female minor being under the age of 14 and pregnant needs the permission of the court. This law applies to marriage of minors only in Georgia, Florida and Maryland. It does not apply to co-habitation in any state. The age of majority in all but four states is 18, in Alabama and Nebraska it is 19, in Mississippi and Pennsylvania it is 21. It is a fallacy that the parents or guardian of a minor has no legal recourse to have the minor returned to their custody or the custody of juvenile authorities. Being pregnant does not change the application of a state's legal age of majority.



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