Some states have exceptions for pregnancy or judicial approval. The age of
marriage in the United States is 18, with two exceptions—Nebraska (19) and
Mississippi (21). Most states allow minors...
Although a few states will waive this requirement if there is a pregnancy, the
couple ... A minor who swears that they have a child or are expecting a baby, can
Provisions for underage marriages exist in order to permit pregnant minor .....
Can we get married without my parents consent if I'm pregnant? or how can i do
Parties can marry at a younger age, also with parental consent. ... and under the
age of seventeen can receive a license by reason of pregnancy or the ...
However, this parental consent is not required if the minor has already been
married. .... marry at age seventeen with the exception that if one party does not
have a parent ...
Jun 13, 2014 ... Pregnancy. Unlike marriage, getting pregnant and having children does not
mean that a minor is emancipated. The reasoning is that when a ...
There are laws governing the rights minors have with regards to marriage. ... you
apply for a marriage license in Mississippi under the age of 21 your parents will
be ... Some states may waive the need for parental consent if the girl is pregnant.
A minor who swears that they have a child or are expecting a baby, can apply for
a license if the pregnancy has been verified by a written statement from a ...
minimum legal age can marry ... Yes, in case of pregnancy. Yes. ... minors. Cal.
Fam. Code § 300 - § 303. Annulment is available if consent ... (Must have both).
People who are 15 or 16 can get married if the court approves the marriage. The
court can approve the marriage if the female is pregnant (or is a mother), the
person ... or guardian (the person who has legal custody or control over a minor).
Does Massachusetts have a formal court procedure where a minor can achieve
.... A pregnant minor who is not married, divorced, or widowed must either obtain