There are two states that may waive the requirement of parental consent in special circumstances, however such action is at the discretion of the licensing authority. The two states are Maryland and Georgia, the circumstance that applies is best researched by the persons seeking the information.
No, Ohio does not have laws that make exceptions to the necessity of having parental consent to be married when it pertains to the pregnancy of a minor. In some cases the court will intervene on the minor's behalf to waive the parental consent law. The minor should contact the office of the clerk of the circuit or county court in the city or county of residence.
It is better to get married with parental consent. It sounds like you really want to get married. If you really love the other person and they love you, then they can wait until you are 18 years old to get married. You don't want to start off your marriage with your spouse having your family upset. I know that it sounds hard but if they love you, they will wait. Good luck and God Bless:)
In Virginia you can get married at 16 with parental consent, 18 without parental consent. On a side note, you should be worrying about raising the baby, not getting married. If the boyfriend is going to be a genuine man and help you raise your child, then there is no need to rush a marriage.... Having a child does NOT equal having to get married.
No. You must be at least 18 to get married without parental consent. Some jurisdictions will issue a court order if the parents cannot be located. The transporting of a minor across state lines without the consent of the parents or legal guardian is a federal felony. If the act is committed with the intent of having sexual relations with said minor it carries a mandatory federal prison sentence.
Pretty much nowhere in the US. Offhand I can't think of any state that allows those under the age of 18 to marry without parental consent, with two notable exceptions: In some states minors are allowed to marry despite not having parental consent if the female half of the couple is pregnant, and in some states a judge is allowed to give consent in lieu of parental consent (though in practice this tends to boil down to essentially the same thing, as a judge is unlikely to override parental authority without an extremely compelling reason, such as pregnancy).
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