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What state cAn you be married at the age of 18 without a parents permission?


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2009-08-15 02:19:20
2009-08-15 02:19:20

about all of them I would think

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Not without permission from parents or guardian.

You are not considered an adult until you are 18, let alone get married. If your parents find out or the cops, you will find that out!

Yes since when married both parents have equal rights to their children.

No. A minor can not get married in any state without the parents and/or the courts permission.

The minor person must have parental permission. If you took her to another state, without the permission of her parents you could be charged with a Federal and/or state crime, even if she went willingly. There are state and federal statutes that protect minors, whether they wish to be protected or not. And whether her parents were agreeable or not. Tread carefully...very carefully. It's illegal if her parents disapprove, but not if yours do. An 18 year old does not require parental permission to get married.

Pregnant without permission or marriage without permission? That's not very specific.

No. At 17 you are a minor, pregnant or not, and if you leave the state without your parents permission that makes you a run away.

With permission of the parents, yes.

It depends on the laws of the state/country you are in, but you might be able to if a judge approves it.

No, but you can leave home at 18 without needing your parents permission.

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If you are over 18. or, in some states, you have to be over 21. It depends. If the legal adult age in your state is 18, then if you are 18+ you can get married without parents permission.

Not without the permission of their parents. Until they reach 18 in New York, the parents are responsible for him.

I know that when you turn 18 you can get married in all but three states. You don't need parental permission. Every state in the U.S allows a person to get married at 18 without parental consent with the exception of Mississippi (21) and Nebraska (19).

No you can not. Pregnancy does not give you the right to move out or get married without your parents permission. You are still a minor and at 12 very much a child. In most states you have to be 16 to marry with parents permission. Look in the link below to see what is allowed in your state.

No. You are not allowed to get married below 16 even with parental consent. Without parental consent you have to wait until you are 18.

No a teenage mother can not leave her parents house , without their permission in the state of Kansas.

yes, per state law they a 17 year old boy can move out without parents permission. The parents are still financially responsible though.

No, it doesn't matter whether you have a child or not if you are under 18, both of you still need your parents permission to get married.

At 16 you cannot get married unless you have permission from your parents.

There are no laws about the age for engagement, but there are laws giving minimum ages for having sex. These can vary from state to state, so it's best to find out what the laws for your state are. And you have to be 18 to get married without parental permission. Most states will allow you to get married at 16 if the parents give their permission.

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