Can a pregnant minor get married without parental consent in Ohio?
It depends in which state you live in if you can give me a state i could tell you ill cheack back later and see if you've answered this thanks 4 everything There are three states that will allow a female who is pregnant and at least 16-years of age to marry. The pregnant minor must present documentation from a licensed physician attesting to the pregnancy. The states are Maryland, Georgia and Florida, be advised the decision is based upon individual circumstances, and in some cases will require permission from the court of jurisdiction. In Georgia anyone who is pregnant can get married not matter the age. Did you not hear about the fifteen year old boy who married a 37 year old woman and the did not have to have a parents consent b/c the woman was pregnant. No you cannot. Yes You can!!!! I live in Georgia i think i know!
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Answers They can't. Although in certain situations a court will allow the age and parental consent requirements waived. Filing for a waiver is only possible in a few states …and the decision is made at the discretion of the judge as to whether or not the request will be granted. In addition there are a few states that allow a minors to marry without parental consent or a court order; if certain circumstances exist and if the required documentation is presented at the time of the license application. . In Georgia if you're pregnant you don't have to have your parents consent to get married just have to have proof of pregnancy! . If you are a minor, either you don't get married, or you get your parents' permission. Answer The law will vary by state, but in most states you will need to file a petition for legal emancipation in order to make adult decisions. However, even legal emancipation might not help you. In California for example, even a legally emancipated can't get married without parental permission. The bottom line: it depends on the law of your state. Maryland To marry without parental consent, a person must be at least 18 years old. However, if both parties are 16 years old or over and a physician certifies that the female is pregnant or has given birth to a child, the parties may marry without parental consent. When either the male or female or both is under 16 years of age, marriage is permitted only with parental consent and a physician's certification that the female is pregnant or has given birth.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nNo. Tennessee does not have provisions in the state's marriage laws allowing the waiver of parental consent pertaining to a pregnant minor.\n.… \n Answer \n. \nYou may be able to, but you would have go obtain a court order normally, and a judge can refuse.\n. \n Answer \n. \nNo. You cannot get married in the United States as a minor without parent's consent. Sorry. The only thing I can recommend is emancipation?
No, Ohio does not have laws that make exceptions to the necessityof having parental consent to be married when it pertains to thepregnancy of a minor. In some cases the court …will intervene on theminor's behalf to waive the parental consent law. The minor shouldcontact the office of the clerk of the circuit or county court inthe city or county of residence.
Answer . \nA 16 or 17 year old in Georgia with a doctor's certification of pregnancy does not need parental consent to get married.
Answer . IN MOST STATES NO. CONGRATS THO! LOL
27 states and the District of Columbia specifically allow pregnant minors to the obtain prenatal care and delivery services without parental consent or notification. Ask your …doctor if your state is one of them or call Planned Parenthood and ask.
No. You must be at least 18 to get married without parental consent. There is no place in North America and most of Europe that will allow you to get married younger without i…t. Some places might allow marriage with a court order, but they don't often grant them unless the parents are no longer living.
Does Arkansas law permit a minor who is at least sixteen and pregnant to be married without parental consent or legal guardian consent?
NO! They cannnot. You would have to be 18 or older.
What ever they want it is there choice to choose their victom whaa ha ha ha
No, just because you are going to have a baby doesn't make you an adult. You are still a minor except that you will be a child having a child. Your parents are still responsib…le for you.
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 s…ome 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).
Being pregnant does not give you any more rights then before except for things regarding the baby so no.
Can a pregnant minor get married without parental consent in Wisconsin if the minor is 17 in a half?
Seventeen and a half is not eighteen. Until they are an adult, they need parental permission or a court order.
No. Non-residents under the age of 18 is not allowed to marry in New Hampshire. No female under 13 or male under 14 is allowed to marry in New Hampshire under any conditions. …Females from 13-17yo and males from 14-17yo can only get married with a waiver and permission from their parent or legal guardian.