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I am going to put your question on my "watch list" so you have an opportunity to give a little more information because there is little room to pose your question to the board. First off, unless she has parents or a guardian already, it doesn't make sense for you to be a guardian when she's your fiance. Get married! Please tell me what state you live in so I can tell you what the legal age is and I'll answer your question more thoroughly. Also, is there any family member that has a say in your fiance's wishes to get married? Thanks Marcy I am the 17 year old girl and we live in Wisconsin and I heard somewhere that minors' fiances can legally take guardianship, is that true for Wisconsin, if so then how can it happen?

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Q: Is it legal for a 21-year-old to take guardianship of his 17-year-old fiance?
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Can parents of an 17 old year daughter give temporary guardianship to the daughter's fiance who is in the military?

No. That is her fiance, because of their relationship he can not be her legal guardian.


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