This table links to your wedding legislation associated with the states and tries to summarize a few of their salient points. Those enthusiastic about the wedding legislation of a specific jurisdiction should review its law straight as opposed to depend on this summary which could never be completely accurate or complete.
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|State||typical Law Marriage||chronilogical age of permission to marry||Medical exams||Marriage permit|
|Age with parental permission||Age without parental consent||Max. duration between exam and license||range of medical exam||Waiting period before license||Duration of permit credibility (expiration)|
|Alabama- Title 30, Chapter 1||Yes||16 a, b||18||–||–||–||1 month|
|Alaska- Title 25, Chapter 5||No||16 c||18||–||–||3 times, d||a couple of months|
|Arizona- Chapter 1, Article 1||No||16 c (2)||18||–||–||–||1 Arkansas- Title 9, Subtitle 2, § 11||No year||18||–||–||f||–|
|California- Family Code, §§ 300-500||No||b, g||18||thirty days, d, h||–||–||3 months|
|Colorado- §§ 14-2-105 thru 14-2-110||Yes||16 c||18||–||–||–||1 month|
|Connecticut- Title 46b, § 815e||No||16 c (2)||18||–||i||4 days, d||65 days|
|Delaware- Title 13, Chapter 1||No||18||–||–||twenty four hours, j||30 days|
|Florida- Title 43, Chapter 741||No||16 a, ag ag e||18||–||–||–||60 times|
|Georgia- §§ 19-3-1 thru 19-3-68||No gg||16 ag e, k||18||–||i||3 times, l||thirty day period|
|Hawaii- § 572||No||15 k||18||–||–||—-||thirty days|
|Idaho- § 32-301 thru 32-501||No gg||16 c||18||–||m, n||–||–|
|Illinois- Chapter 750, CS 5, Part II||No||16 o||18||–||p||one day||60 times|
|Indiana- Title 31, Article 11||No gg||17 ag ag e||18||–||q||–||60 days|
|Iowa- Chapter 595||Yes||16 k||18||–||–||3 times||–|
|Kansas- Chapter 23, Article 1||Yes||16 c (2)||18||–||–||3 times, d||half a year|
|Kentucky- Chapter 402||No||18 k||18||–||–||–||thirty days|
|Louisiana- Title IV, Chapter 1 (Civil Code 86)||No||18 c||18||10 times||–||–||–|
|Maine- Title 19, Chapter 23||No||16 c||18||–||–||3 times, d, f||ninety days|
|Maryland- §§ 2-201 thru 2-503||No||16 e, r||18||–||–||48 hours, d||six months|
|Massachusetts- Title III, Chapter 207||No||Male-14 k Female-12 k||18||3-60 days, s||–||3 times, f||60 times|
|Michigan- Chapter 551||No||16||18||–||–||3 times, d||33 days after application|
|Minnesota- Chapter 517||No||16 k||18||–||–||5 times, d||half a year|
|Mississippi- Title 93, Chapter 1||No||g, k||1 month||t||3 times, d||–|
|Missouri- Chapter 451||No||15 u||18||–||–||–||1 month|
|Montana- Title 40, Chapter 1||Yes||16 k||18||–||t||–||180 times|
|Nebraska- Chapter 42||No||17||19||–||i||–||12 months|
|Nevada- Title 11, Chapter 122||No||16 c||18||–||–||–||one year|
|brand New Hampshire- Title 43, Chapter 457||No||Male- 14 v Female- 13 v||18||–||–||3 times, d, f||ninety days|
|New Jersey- Title 37||No||16 c, e||18||–||–||72 hours, d||30 times|
|brand brand New Mexico- Chapter 40, Article 1||No||16 ag ag e, u||18||30 times||t||–||–|
|brand brand New York- Domestic Relations (Chapter 14), Articles 1 and 2||No||16 v||18||–||w||24 hours||60 times|
|new york- Chapter 51||No||16 ag ag e||18||–||–||–||–|
|North Dakota- Chapter 14-03||No||16||18||–||–||–||60 times|
|Ohio- Title 31, Chapter 3101||No gg||Male-18 k Female-16 c, ag e||18||–||–||5 times, d, x||60 times|
|Oklahoma- 43-3||No gg||16 c, e||18||1 month, d||t||y||30 times|
|Oregon- Title 11-106||No||17 z||18||–||–||3 times, d||60 days|
|Pennsylvania- Title 23, Part 1||No gg||16 u||18||1 month||t||3 times, d||60 days|
|Rhode Island- Title 15, Chapters 15-1 thru 15-3||Yes||18||–||aa||–||a few months|
|sc- Title 20, Chapter 1||Yes||16 e||18||–||–||one day||–|
|Southern Dakota- Title 25, Chapters 1 and 2||No||16 ag ag ag e||18||–||–||–||20 times|
|Tennessee- Title 36, Chapter 3||No||16 u||18||–||–||3 times, d, bb||30 days|
|Texas- Title 1, Subtitles the and B||Yes||16 k, v||18||–||–||cc||thirty days|
|Utah- Title 30, Chapter 1||Yes||16 a||18 dd||–||–||–||thirty days|
|Vermont- Title 15, Chapter 1||No||16 k||18||1 month, d||t||one day, d||–|
|Virginia- Title 20, Chapter 2||No||16 a, e||18||–||ee||–||60 times|
|Washington- Title 26, Chapter 4||No||17 u||18||–||ff||3 times||60 days|
|western Virginia- Chapter 48, Article 1||No||18 ag e||18||–||t||3 times, d||–|
|Wisconsin- Chapter 765 thru 767||No||16||18||–||letter||5 times, d||30 days|
|Wyoming- Title 20, Chapter 1||No||16 u||18||–||i||–||–|
|District of Columbia- Division VIII, Title 46, Subtitle 1, Chapter 4||Yes||16 a||18||thirty day period||t||3 times, d||–|
|Puerto Rico||No||Male-18 c, e, u Female-16 c, ag ag e, u||Male- 21 Female- 21 ag e||–||t||–||–|
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- (a) Parental permission maybe not needed if small once was hitched.
- (b) Other statutory demands apply.
- (c) Younger parties may marry with parental permission.
- (c) (2) Younger parties may marry with parental and judicial permission.
- (d) Waiting period might be prevented
- ( ag ag e) Younger parties may get permit in the event of maternity or delivery of kid.
- (f) Parties must register notice of intention to marry with regional clerk.
- (g) No age restrictions
- (h) When unmarried guy and unmarried girl, perhaps maybe maybe not minors, have already been residing together as guy and wife, they could, without wellness certification, be hitched upon issuance of appropriate authorization.
- (i) Venereal condition and rubella (for feminine)
- (j) Residents, before termination of 24 hour waiting duration; non-residents, before expiration of 96 hour waiting duration.
- (k) Parental consent and/or permission of judge needed.
- (l) Unless events are 18 many years of age or more, or feminine is expecting, or candidates would be the moms and dads of a residing child created out of wedlock.
- (m) Rubella for female; there are specific exceptions, and district judge may waive examination that is medical proof that crisis exists.
- (letter) Applicants must get all about AIDS and certify having read it.
- (o) Judicial permission might be offered whenever moms and dads will not consent.
- (p) Venereal conditions; test for sickle mobile anemia offered at request of examining doctor.
- (q) Any unsterilized female under 50 must submit with application for permit a medical report saying whether she had immunological reaction to rubella, or a written record that the rubella vaccine had been administered on or after her very first birthday celebration. Judge may by purchase dispense with your needs.
- (r) If events have reached least 16 years old, proof age and permission of events in individual are expected. If your parent is sick an affidavit by the parent that is incapacitated a doctor’s affidavit needed.
- (s) Doctor’s certification should be filed thirty days prior to see of intention.
- (t) Venereal conditions. In WV and okay, Circuit court judge might waive requirement
- (u) Younger parties may get permit in unique circumstances.
- (v) Below chronilogical age of permission parties require asiandate parental permission and authorization of judge, no more youthful than 14 for men and 13 for females.
- (w) Tests for sickle mobile can be needed.
- (x) candidates under age 18 must declare that they will have had wedding guidance.
- (y) If an individual or both events are below the age for wedding without parental permission, three time waiting duration.
- (z) If an event does not have any parent living within state, and something celebration has residence in state for half a year, no authorization needed.
- (aa) real assessment and blood test needed; offer of HIV counseling needed.
- (bb) Unless events are over 18 years.
- (cc) 72 hour period that is waiting issuance of permit.
- (dd) Authorizes counties to offer for premarital guidance as a prerequisite to issuance of permit to people under 18 and individuals formerly divorced.
- (ee) needed offer of HIV test, and/or needs to be supplied with home elevators AIDS and tests available.
- (ff) No exam required, but events must register affidavit of non-affiliction with contagious disease that is venereal.
- (gg) No common-law wedding may be entered into, however these states recognize typical legislation marriages that have been entered into before these times:
- Georgia- joined into just before January 1, 1997 are recognized,
- Idaho- joined into just before 1, 1997 are recognized january,
- Indiana- entered into just before 1, 1958 are recognized january,
- Ohio- entered into ahead of 10, 1991 are recognized october,
- Oklahoma – entered into just before November 1, 1998 are recognized, present situation unclear,
- Pennsylvania- entered into just before September 17, 2003 (see PNC Bank Corp. v. W.C.A. B., 831 A.2d 1269 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2003) or maybe 1, 2005 (see 2004 House Bill No. 2719) are recognized january.
- (hh) minimal age for common-law wedding determined to be 12; legislature instituted minimum chronilogical age of 18 for marriages started on or after September 1, 2006
Supply: situated in component for a chart within the global World Almanac and Book of Facts, World Almanac Books, 1999. Entries happen updated through overview of the statutes and links included to allow consultation that is direct of state statutes.