Question: Can you marry your sister in Kentucky?

Can you legally marry your sister?

Under Family Code section 2200 1, marriage between parents and children, ancestors and descendants of every degree, brothers and sisters of any degree — including half brothers and half sisters — and uncles or aunts with nieces or nephews is illegal in California.

Can cousins marry in KY?

Marriage between cousins Marriage between first cousins is prohibited by KRS 402.010. There are no exceptions to the prohibition and such a marriage is incestuous and void. Kentucky does not recognize such a marriage between first cousins even if it is consummated in another state.

Can you marry family in Kentucky?

In Kentucky, only a man and a woman can marry each other. Same-sex marriages are not allowed or recognized in Kentucky (even if the same-sex marriage was allowed in another state). Relatives cannot marry each other, including first and second cousins.

Can you get married at 14 in Kentucky?

Currently, teens under 18 in Kentucky can marry at age 16 or 17 with a parents permission.

Can you get married at 13 in Kentucky?

Currently, teens under 18 in Kentucky can marry at age 16 or 17 with a parents permission. Teens under 16 can marry with a judges permission in case of a pregnancy. The Senate Judiciary Committee on Feb.

18 years old Age Requirements Generally, the two people must be at least 18 years old to get married. There are some exceptions, however: People who are 17 can get married if the person who is 17 gets consent from the parent or guardian (the person who has legal custody/control over a minor).

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