None I can find, but there are several loop holes If you are seventeen and have resided within Washington County for at least six months, and no parent or guardian resides in the State of Oregon, you may be married if you have an affidavit signed by someone other than the bride or groom stating these facts. Affidavit forms are available from the County Recording Office. There are many states where you can marry without parental consent if you are pregnant or have a child (but don't bring a little baby into the world just for that reason!) Most states require the presence of the parent (either both or one) or a signed agreement. Check out this website for more information about each law in each state http://usmarriagelaws.com/search/united_states/teen_marriage_laws/index.shtml
lol... no where
If both parents are living, you have to have the consent of both.
Not for the underage bride.However, if the male is underage he will need his parents permission.Besides in FL.
There is not a consent form for underage dating. This comes from your parents consent and your age, maturity and ideals.
As far as I know, underage marriage is legal so long as the parents of the underage bride/groom have given consent.
It is not right in todays world that teenagers should get married without the consent of both parents from both sides. First of all marriage is a serious matter, teenagers should first have good jobs, and parents of both should be there as their blessings for the couple is a must for it to work out.
None. All states require the individuals to be 18 or have parental consent.
Where in Georgia can you get married without parents consent
Probably not--especially if both parents have legal guardianship, whether of not they're still together.
No. Your parents have to consent.
* Yes, with parents consent, GED or diploma
Bad move, don't do it.
You have to be 18 to get married without your parents consent...
You must be at least 16 to get married with parental consent.
Yes, with her parents' consent you can get married.
Marrying two teenagers with out their parents' consent
If you are under the age of 16, you are unable to get married by law. However, if you are over 16 but under 18 you can get permission from the underage parties parents (the boys). Once you are 18, you can legally get married without the permission from parents.
Rather than would be allowed depends on the state. In many states the signature of both parents is required.
If the parents or legal guardians are present, Yes.
If you want to get married go to Arkansas, you can get married at 14 without a parents consent If you want to get married go to Arkansas, you can get married at 14 without a parents consent
Somewhere there is a cheat for sim teenagers to get married, but without it teenagers can not get married.Allthough they can move into a house together.All you have to do is first move them in with their parents then have their parents moveout of the house and leave the teenagers.
In most States you are no longer considered a minor when you are 18 so you are probably underage. If both parents give their consent then you can get married. If they refuse to give you consent then one more year isn't going to hurt you to wait to marry your boyfriend.