Can you get married at 14 in Kentucky?

Can you get married at 14 in Kentucky?

Currently, Kentucky has no minimum age limit for marriage, but anyone under 16 must have permission from a judge. The original bill allowed some 17-year-olds to marry with only the consent of a judge.

What state can you marry at 12?

Most states have a minimum marriage age for minors with parental consent, ranging from 12-17 years old. California and Mississippi, however, do not have minimum ages for minors to be allowed to marry with parental consent.

Can a 19 year old date a 16 year old in Kentucky?

KENTUCKY: The age of consent is 16 in Kentucky. Kentucky updated their age of sexual consent laws on July 14, 2018. A person in Kentucky commits third degree rape by engaging in sexual intercourse when the other person is: under the age of 16 and the defendant is 21 years old or older.

What is the youngest age you can legally get married?

18 years oldIn most states, you must be at least 18 years old to marry. However, state laws make exceptions if minors have parental consent, the approval of a judge or are recognized as adults (i.e. emancipated minors). As of December 2017, minors of any age can legally marry in 25 states if they meet their state's exceptions.