Can a 17-year-old with a baby get married in Texas?

Answer Answer Not without the consent of her parents or legal guardian.Being pregnant or having a child does not confer emancipation upon the minor female.

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How do you get married in Texas if you are a pregnant 16-year-old and the father is a 20-year-old?

Answer ....well i was 16 when i gave birth to my daughter and my boyfriend was 26 where from New York we just moved to Texas ...but my best suggestion to you is if your parents don't approve of you... Read More »

If a 17-year-old and 21-year-old who have a baby together get married in Georgia will the marriage be legal in the state of Tennessee?

Answer If the bride is pregnant, no parental consent is required in Georgia, if you submit a statement from a Georgia licensed physician certifying that the bride is pregnant. If underage applican... Read More »

Can the custodial parent give consent for a 17-year-old to get married without the managing conservator's permission in Texas?

Answer No.There is no difference in the rights of the possessory and the conservator to the minor child in question unless there is a court order that stipulates otherwise.The gender of the minor ... Read More »

How to Get Married in Texas?

Whether you are looking for a destination wedding or you are a state native, knowing how to get married in Texas will help ease the hassles of planning your big day. You will have to arrange a larg... Read More »