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Where can a 16-year-old get married to her 20-year-old boyfriend without parental consent if they have a 5-month-old baby together?

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2005-09-16 02:22:28
2005-09-16 02:22:28

Check Georgia's marriage laws. I'm not certain, but they may have something.

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