Order In Civil Action To Authorize Underage Person To Marry {CV-122} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | North Carolina

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Order In Civil Action To Authorize Underage Person To Marry {CV-122}

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File No. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA In The General Court Of Justice County District Court Division Name Of Plaintiff ORDER IN CIVIL ACTION VERSUS Name(s) Of Defendant(s) TO AUTHORIZE UNDERAGE PERSON TO MARRY G.S. 51-2A FINDINGS This matter is properly before the Court on the complaint of the plaintiff named above. A hearing was held before the undersigned judge on the date shown below. Present at the hearing were: the underage plaintiff the plaintiffs guardian ad litem the person the plaintiff seeks to marry the plaintiffs mother the plaintiffs father the plaintiffs guardian or legal custodian Other: The Court heard evidence relating to the capability of the underage plaintiff of assuming the responsibilities of marriage, whether the marriage will serve the best interest of the underage plaintiff, and the relationship between the underage plaintiff and his/her parents, and between the underage plaintiff and his/her legal custodian or guardian, if applicable. Based on the record of this proceeding and the evidence the Court makes the following FINDINGS OF FACT: 1. The plaintiff is an unmarried female who is 14 15 years of age and is pregnant. has given birth to a child. 2. The plaintiff is an unmarried male who is 14 15 years of age and is the putative father of a child either born or unborn. 3. The plaintiff and the other parent have agreed to marry. 4. The father of the underage plaintiff testified that the marriage serves the best interest of the plaintiff. does not serve the best interest of the plaintiff. 5. The mother of the underage plaintiff testified that the marriage serves the best interest of the plaintiff. does not serve the best interest of the plaintiff. 6. The legal custodian/guardian of the underage plaintiff testified that the marriage serves the best interest of the plaintiff. does not serve the best interest of the plaintiff. 7. The guardian ad litem testified that the marriage serves the best interest of the plaintiff. does not serve the best interest of the plaintiff. 8. The relationship between the underage plaintiff and his/her parents is (state facts found): 9. (State findings to indicate that the underage party is or is not capable of assuming the responsibilities of marriage and that the marriage is or is not in his/her best interest): 10. Other: AOC-CV-122, New 10/01 2001 Administrative Office of the Courts Over <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 2 CONCLUSIONS Based on these findings of fact, the Court concludes, as a matter of law, that: 1. The underage plaintiff is is not capable of assuming the responsibilities of marriage. 2. The marriage will will not serve the best interest of the underage plaintiff. ORDER The Court ORDERS: 1. The plaintiff (name plaintiff) is authorized to marry (name person plaintiff may marry) . The Clerk of Superior Court shall give a certified copy of this Order to the plaintiff. 2. The marriage is not authorized and the complaint is denied. The plaintiff may not seek the authorization of any court for marriage pursuant to G.S. 51-2A until after one year from entry of this Order. Date Of Hearing Signature Of Judge Date Order Issued (if different from hearing date) Name Of District Court Judge (Type Or Print) CERTIFICATION I certify that this Order is a true and complete copy of the original which is on file in this case. Date Deputy CSC Assistant CSC Clerk Of Superior Court Signature And Seal SEAL NOTE TO REGISTER OF DEEDS: This Order relates only to the plaintiffs ability to marry despite age. Before issuing a marriage license, all other conditions for licensure must be met, including proper consent or court order if the other party to the marriage is less than 18 years of age. AOC-CV-122, New 10/01 2001 Administrative Office of the Courts

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