Parental permission. Ask the marriage license department in your local county court house.
Not for the underage bride.However, if the male is underage he will need his parents permission.Besides in FL.
Nope- you need to be 21, podner.
Unless the bride is pregnant, than no, you just need proof of the pregnancy. Yes.
None of them and in some you also need the courts permission apart from your parents.
It probably depends on the state, but I would say any underage person trying to get married is going to need permission from their parents. Both the bride and groom will need permission.
yes they do
In NC a pregnant 15-year-old can ask for court approval to marry. A judge may approve the marriage if they find that 'the underage party is capable of assuming the responsibilities of marriage and the marriage will serve the best interest of the underage party'. However, be aware that there is a presumption that 'the marriage will not serve the best interest of the underage party when all living parents of the underage party oppose the marriage. The fact that the female is pregnant, or has given birth to a child, alone does not establish that the best interest of the underage party will be served by the marriage'. So if Mom and Dad oppose the marriage...
In Texas there's a 72 hour waiting period from when you get a marriage license to when you can use it.
No, you can't.
If your name is misspelled on a Texas marriage license, you will need to go to the courthouse where the license was given. They will be able to fix the mistake.
Parental consent has nothing to do with the laws in place. If you are underage by the laws view, you are still underage. if you wonder if marriage emancipates you, yes it does.
It depends on the church. The underage person person will need parental permission to get a marriage license, which is necessary to get married.
You can marry with parental consent at 16
If the marriage is performed properly, with all the papers that are required. Then the marriage done by a pastor with a marriage lison , then the marriage will be valid in Texas.
No. You will need to get a marriage license from the state you wish to have your ceremony. In Texas, you will both need to appear together at any county clerk's office in Texas for your license. You do not need to be a resident. There is a 72 hour waiting period for the ceremony. In California, like Texas, both need to apply together at the county clerk's office and you do not need to be residents of the state. Unlike Texas, there is no waiting period to have your ceremony. Best of luck!
No. You can only use a Texas marriage license in the State of Texas, and a Florida marriage license in the State of Florida.
You can get a marriage license at the Dallas County Courthouse. You will need to fill out a form and pay for the license.
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In some cases yes. If you are both underage he will need parents permission.In most states a female can marry without parental consent if she is pregnant.Only in Florida can a male who is underage and expecting a child can marry the mother of that child.However, if you are not pregnant, please do not try to get pregnant just to get married.There is no guaruntees.
This is an easy answer. You need Permission from both your parents. That's how its been in America for over 50 years!!!!