Most people get married when they are adults and are more financially stable. However, there are some people who get married at a younger age, like when they are in college or in their mid-twenties. There are even people who choose to get married when they are in high school, or younger! As shocking as it can be to imagine yourself being married at such a young age, it is not illegal in California.
Most states have a minimum age requirement to get hitched, but California does not. Anyone in California can get married at any age, although anyone under the age of 18 would need to:
- Get parental consent
- Get a court order
- See a pre-marriage counselor
- Have copies of their birth certificate
- Apply for a marriage license with a parent present
- Appear before a judge
One of the main reasons California chose not to enforce a minimum age to get married is because it allows pregnant minors to marry, if they so wish. Needing parental and court consent helps regulate the idea of marriage so that no one is being forced or tricked into an unhealthy and abusive marriage. For example, a man cannot force the teen he got pregnant into marriage unless her parents and the court give their consent. If he is also under 18, he would need parental consent as well. Furthermore, a mother cannot force her pregnant teenage daughter to marry the father of the baby if the girl’s father does not consent. There are multiple points of protections in this manner. However, if all parties are happy with their relationships with each other and it is a healthy relationship between the two minors, they can get married as long as their parents and the court give them permission.
Any man or woman who is at least 18 years of age would not need parental consent to get married.
Some of the hardest years of life are the teenage years, when a person has many influences surrounding them, both good and bad. This is a time when a person is trying to pass school and figure out what they want to do for a career. This is when they rebel, when they do not want to worry about any responsibilities. However, some people’s hardest times are yet to come, and it could be up to you to see it before it actually arrives. The signs can be hard to read but remember, it is always better to act, rather than to ignore it.
Encouraging your loved one to open up about their struggles could be what saves them from getting arrested. In many cases, the person will not tell you that they want help. They may feel embarrassed to seek help, but they hope you take notice and step up. In other cases, they may try and reject your offer to help or even get angry at you for meddling in their life. After some time though, they will calm down, come around, and thank you for sticking by them.
Hope for the best. Standing up and seeking help for your loved one can save them from falling into a worse predicament, like getting arrested. However, even if they are arrested, it is not going to be the end of the world. They will just face a longer and steeper uphill battle.
No matter what, get them the help and support they need.
In an instance where they get arrested, get them a great bail agent. Someone from Norwalk Bail Bond Store will help with the bail process and get them out of police custody sooner, and at a more affordable cost.
If you think your loved one is in trouble, get them the help they deserve, even if they do not ask for it. Seeing loved ones struggle is heartbreaking, and if there is any chance that you can prevent this, take action. You can be the superhero they did not know they needed. If you need a bail bond, Norwalk Bail Bond Store we will be more than happy to help.
Just give us a call at 562-866-0081 or Chat With Us online.
Have you heard of the proposed bill by Senator Scott Weiner from San Francisco that would allow bars to stay open later? State Bill 384, which is referred to as “Let Our Communities Adjust Late Night” or LOCAL Act for short, will allow communities to adjust how late restaurants and bars can serve alcohol.
Under this new law, city governments would be able to adjust the time from 2am, to anywhere up to 4am. This gives the city more control over the serving of alcohol, which can greatly affect nightlife in the city. Many cities across the state of California rely on having a busy night life to help support the local economy.
The law will not force cities to change the cut off call for serving alcohol. What it does is let cities extend the last call time from 2am to 4am.
This is not the first proposed bill to do this. A similar bill was proposed back in 2013. However, this bill did not gain enough votes to pass through committee.
The LOCAL Act recently passed through the California state senate last week. However, this does not mean it will become a law. It has a few more hurdles to pass before becoming a full-fledged California law.
What do you think? Should California cities be able to extend the last call time for alcohol service?
It is not the end of their world when a person is arrested. It will seem like it to them, but it is up to their friends, family members, and Van Nuys Bail Bond Store to show them that it is not.
An arrest is a temporary, unplanned event. If it happens, there is no getting out of it. It must be dealt with maturely, responsibly, and hopefully, very quickly. Van Nuys Bail Bond Store will help with the speediness of it all by providing an affordable bail bond and a customized payment plan that fits the financial needs of those involved with the payments.
Van Nuys Bail Bond Store has been in the bail bond industry for 30 years and we have helped thousands of people in all kinds of situations. Today, many of our former clients are happy and successful; they managed to bury that troubled time in the past and move on.
Getting past this situation will take time, but it will happen. People just need to keep their heads up and provide support, just like Van Nuys Bail Bond Store will for anyone and everyone who needs our services.
We can be reached 24/7 both online, and at 562-866-0081.
Before you go spending all the money you got from your tax return, think about some wiser possible uses for this money. Things like rent, utility bills, or even your bail bond payments. These are bills that you should never fall behind on and at this moment, your bail bond payments may even out-prioritize your rent.
Your recent arrest is the reason you have bail bond payments to make. Instead of living in jail until your trial, you posted bail with a bail bond from Glendale Bail Bond Store. This allowed you to be released from jail and return home to go about your normal life. A bail bond costs only 10% of the full bail amount and you are set up on a payment plan so you pay off that 10% over the course of several months. If you fall behind on a payment, your bail could be revoked and you can be taken back into custody. You do not want that, and neither do we
That is why, at Glendale Bail Bond Store, we suggest that if you get a tax return, you apply this money towards your bail bond payments so you stay right on track. If you have any questions related to bail or bail bonds, please don’t hesitate to contact you bail agent at Glendale Bail Bond Store anytime.
We can be reached online, and at 562-866-0081.
If you are helping your loved one by paying for their bail bond, they are putting a lot of trust in you to not fall behind or miss a payment. In return, you’re also putting a lot of trust in them to make it to their court appointments and stay out of trouble.
Paying for a bail bond is a big commitment and comes with a lot of responsibility. At first you might hesitate at the idea of paying for someone else because it is your money after all, but you will get over that thought the moment you see how much your loved one thrives outside of jail.
You do not want to miss a payment. Echo Park Bail Bond Store will work with you in the beginning stages to come up with a payment plan that fits your financial needs. They will help make sure you are staying on top of you payments. If and when possible, get ahead on your payments. This is particularly doable when you receive your tax return, because you can use this newfound money toward bail bond payments.
After this whole situation blows over and is finally put in the past, you will be happy you made such a contribution to your loved one. They will be forever grateful. Plus, it says a lot about your character and how much you value this person.
If you have any questions regarding bail or bail bonds, of if you would like a free consultation, you can reach Echo Park Bail Bond Store online, or at 562-866-0081.
Did you know that you can help lower your loved one’s bail amount from say, $90,000 to $9,000? That is a 90% decrease and the way this can happen is if you consult with Eagle Rock Bail Bond Store.
Our bail bonds are much more affordable and flexible than cash bail. They cost 10% of the defendant’s full bail amount and you get a flexible payment plan to pay this 10% off. You usually cannot have the overall bail amount lowered, so this is the best way to tackle the situation. Do not worry, you have got an excellent team at Eagle Rock Bail Bond Store behind you.
You can get a free consultation with Eagle Rock Bail Bond Store, one of California’s most reliable and trustworthy bail bond companies. We will make sure to bail your loved one out of jail as soon as possible. Eagle Rock Bail Bond Store will not let you down.
Speak with an agent online, or at 562-866-0081 now.
We hate to boast, but California is quite a lively state and is filled with plenty of day and night activities. The cities, towns, clubs, bars, and beaches all share one rule: drinking and driving is a no-no. Today, with the many transportation options out there, there really is no excuse.
You can designate a sober person in the group to be the driver for the night. Have someone drop you off then pick you up later. Walk, or take public transportation. Call a cab, Lyft, or Uber. You have plenty of options to choose from.
The cost of a DUI is astronomical compared to paying for bus fare or an Uber driver. For a first time offense in California, a DUI can be up to $1,000 which does not include any possible hospital bills or car repairs.
We want you to have fun, but we want you to have fun responsibly. We hope you will never have a minor slip-up but if you do, please contact Burbank Bail Bond Store to help you bail out of jail. Bail can also be very expensive, but our bail bonds will help lower the cost quite a bit.
Talk to a representative Burbank Bail Bond Store representative online or at 562-866-0081.
30 years ago, the founding family here at Alhambra Bail Bond Store sat down and laid out a set of values, goals, and a mission. Today, we continue to believe in these same fundamentals that have not only brought our business success, but have also brought our clients relief, freedom from stress and pain, and a reunited family.
Alhambra Bail Bond Store promises to
- Provide fast, friendly, confidential service.
- Review payment arrangements.
- Provide receipts for all collateral and money.
- Provide updates on the defendant’s court obligations.
- Go into detail on the steps of the bail bond process, what to expect, and what the client is signing for and his or her contractual responsibilities.
- Return collateral after obligations are met.
Our company’s mission is to provide each of our valued clients with fast, confidential, and courteous service. We believe in the right to bail and that a person is innocent until proven guilty. We also believe each person has the right to a fair and speedy trial and has the right to be represented by an attorney.
Alhambra Bail Bond Store is committed to you. Anytime you need a bail bond, whether it’s in the middle of the day or the middle of the night, you can count on Alhambra Bail Bond Store.
Talk to a professional and get a free consultation online, or at 562-866-0081.
There are a couple of new driving laws you are going to want to know about if you are a Californian. They involve cell phone use and are very closely related to the existing laws.
The old laws had a loophole where drivers would hold their cell phone in their hand while driving because they were using their GPS. The old law never stated the phone had to be mounted to the vehicle. The new laws that are now in effect require the phone to be mounted in certain locations, the lower right corner, or the lower left corner, of the windshield or onto the center console. A cell phone may not be attached to the middle of the windshield because it is obstructing clear view. In addition, drivers may use one finger to conduct a single swipe or tap on the screen.
Another new driving-related law more clearly defines the legality of motorcycle lane-splitting in California. The old laws never clearly outlined the rules. Now, motorcycles are not allowed to travel 50-60+ miles per hour through standstill traffic. They must be going slower.
There are a handful of other new driving-related laws, but these are two of the more prominent ones that apply to everyone on the road. The goal is always to keep the roads safe.