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Arizona Marriage Age Requirements Laws

Anyone who is legally an adult is free to get married in the U.S., although many states still restrict marriage to heterosexual couples. But states also have laws mandating how old you must be in order to get married with a parent's consent. Arizona marriage age requirement laws require parties to be 16 to get married with parental consent.

Learn about Arizona's marriage age requirement laws in the following table. See State-by-State Marriage 'Age of Consent' Laws for a comparison.


Code Section 25-102
Minimum Legal Age With Parental Consent Male: 16; Female: 16
Minimum Legal Age Without Parental Consent Male: 18; Female: 18
Comments Minors under 16 may be allowed to marry with parental consent and approval of superior court judge.
Note: State laws are constantly changing -- contact an Arizona family law attorney, or conduct your own legal research to verify the state law(s) you are researching.

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