Im am 15 and she is 18 and pregnant can we get marriedwithout parent consent?
No, you cannot. Laws vary from state to state, but most require you to be at least 16 to apply for a license. And until you are 18 you have to have a court order or parental consent to get married.
In almost any state the 15 year old would have to have their parents written consent and a court order. Pregnant or not. Answer Only with the consent of her parent/guardian or the judge of juvenile court. If you ask a judge for consent based on pregnancy...well, do you really want to admit to a judge that you've broken the law? Under Minnesota law, 15 is below the age of sexual consent.
If only one parent consents for a pregnant 15-year-old to marry her 17-year-old boyfriend can you bypass the other parent in new york state?
Can a 15-year-old marry her 22-year-old boyfriend in Kentucky if she is pregnant by him and parent gives consent?
yes you can but i wouldn't because you have your life to live. but if you love him and want to spend the rest of your life with him then fair enough. Just don't reck you life you are to young. good luck Answer Yes, but you have to have consent from your parent(s) or legal guardian(s). Answer #3 at age 15 in Indiana you can get married with your parents consent,pregnant or not
A person must be 18 to get married in Maryland. If they are under 18, parental consent is required, though there are exceptions: If the woman to be married is pregnant or has given birth, and a licensed doctor provides a certificate of such, then a person age 16 or 17 (be it the male or female of the couple, or both) can get married without consent of the parent. If a party is 15…
Either the custodial parent of the 15 yr old would have to consent to the arrangement or the girl would have to go to court and petition to be emancipated in order to make the decision for herself. If the parent agrees you ahould go to your local court and ask about filing for temporary guardianship in order to be able to register her in school or autthorize medical treatment if necessary.
No. A few years ago you could, but GA has since changed that law. Now, pregnant or not, you need parental permission until the age of 18. By the way, 15 is below the age of sexual consent in GA, meaning a 15-year-old cannot legally consent to sex, so the bigger concerned should be rather or not the father will be facing criminal charges.