-without parent consent
-or with one parents consent that has joint custody
My cousin wanted to know and asked me for help and so I asked it on here.
How old is the other person? Why can you not get the other parent's consent? How long until you turn 18? You would be best off with sitting down with both parents and possibly a counselor along with your future spouse to talk this out.
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Estate Planning Attorney
I don't think it will happen without both parents consent unless perhaps you hire an attorney to try to convince the court that you should be emanicapted from your parents and considered an adult capable of self support.
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General Practice Lawyer
You just need one parent to consent.
If they do, you can marry at the age of 17. Please think very carefully about that decision. I promise your parent(s) will. Once you hit 18, all best are off and you can do as you choose.
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