You will need a judge order for this.
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F.S. 741.0405, states that you will need the written notarized consent of your parents or guardian to become married.
The law does provide that if you are pregnant and the pregnancy is verified by the written statement of a licensed physician, the county court judge of any county in the state may, in his or her discretion, issue a license to marry.
Florida would require parental consent. I cannot speak for the other 49 states.
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