Florida Marriage Age Requirements Laws
Each state has its own age requirements for marriage. However, many states, including Florida, allow individuals to marry before this age requirement if they obtain parental consent. Below, you'll find information on Florida marriage age requirements laws, including the minimum legal age with and without parental consent.
If you would like to learn more about marriage age requirements in general, you should visit our page on state marriage age requirements.
|Minimum Legal Age With Parental Consent||Male: 16; Female: 16|
|Minimum Legal Age Without Parental Consent||Male: 18; Female: 18|
|Comments||Parental consent not required if minor was previously married or parents are deceased. Under age 18, a county judge has discretion whether or not to give license if the couple has a child or is expecting one (upon sworn affidavits that they are the parents).|
Note: State laws are constantly changing -- contact an attorney or conduct your own legal research to verify the state law(s) you are researching.
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