Asked by: Roel Secanellaasked in category: General Last Updated: 26th March, 2021
What states can you marry your sibling?
|State||First cousin marriage allowed||Sexual relations or cohabitation allowed|
|Arizona||Only if both parties are 65 or older, or one is infertile||No|
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Similarly, can you legally marry your sibling in the US?
It is still illegal to marry your half or full sibling in all fifty states of the US, because some people like to control the lives of others. There is no good reason to deny any consenting adults their right to marry, and eventually, our laws will catch up with that.
Similarly, what states 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.
Subsequently, one may also ask, can you marry your sister in Alabama?
I guess it is legal to marry your sister in Alabama after all. Any incestuous marriages are considered legitimate in Alabama. Issue of incestuous marriages not deemed illegitimate. The issue of any incestuous marriage, before the same is annulled, shall not be deemed illegitimate.
Can you marry your sister in NJ?
However, New Jersey law still bars a person from marrying his or her parent or child, brother or sister, niece or nephew, or aunt or uncle. Any such marriage would be considered void.