Im 17 years old and just wondering what of the reqiurments for a judicial waiver for marriage
parent or guardian has not consented to his marriage.
(b) A marriage license and a marriage certificate form may be issued under this Section only if the court finds that the underaged party is capable of assuming the responsibilities of marriage and the marriage will serve his best interest. Pregnancy alone does not establish that the best interest of the party will be served.
(Source: P.A. 80-923.)
(750 ILCS 5/209) (from Ch. 40, par. 209)
Sec. 209. Solemnization and Registration.)
(a) A marriage may be solemnized by a judge of a court of record, by a retired judge of a court of record, unless the retired judge wasIf you think you are old enough to get married and assume the responsibilities of a spouse and children then you shuld have been responsible enough to look that information up yourself.
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