What are the marriage laws in Alabama?

What are the marriage laws in Alabama?

Alabama requires people wanting to get married to be of certain ages: 16 (with parental consent) or 18 (without parental consent). There are no waiting periods, blood tests or residency requirements. Current marriage licenses are valid through Aug. 28, after that date couples must use the new forms.

Is there a limit to the number of times you can get married?

In the United States there's no law for the number of times you can get married. In the US at least, there is no limit to how many times you can get married-EXCEPT only to one person at a time. Any prior marriage must be dissolved via divorce before entering into a subsequent marriage.

Can you marry your sister in Alabama?

No, Alabama does not allow legal marriage between siblings. Based on the wording of the law, it would seem that “siblings” applies to both those related by birth/blood and adopted children as well.

Can you get married at 14 in Alabama?

State Marriage Age Laws While a few states have no statutory age limits on marriage, Alabama's marriage age laws require parental consent for minors aged 16 to 17.