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★ Irishewwie 1 child; Tokeland, Washington 67058 posts
24th Apr '12
Quoting My Lil' Monster:" Ten states have unenforceable laws requiring spousal consent or notice (CO, FL, IL, KY, LA, ND, PA, RI, ... [snip!] ... ND, PA, RI, SC, UT). The Supreme Court struck down Pennsylvania's mandatory husband notice law in Planned Parenthood v.Casey."


Yeah, that's the only one I found.

My Lil' Monsters 5 kids; 3 angel babies; Surprise, Arizona 4144 posts
24th Apr '12
Quoting ★ Irishewwie
★ Irishewwie 1 child; Tokeland, Washington 67058 posts
24th Apr '12
Quoting My Lil' Monster:" It is unenforceable however I suggest the OP try and get the hell out of the state long enough to get it done without worries."


Yeah. It sucks here something horrible.

Kea O_O 4 kids; British Columbia 1480 posts
24th Apr '12

this topic cause a fight between me and my SO and now I'm mad at him

1inpink2inblue Switzerland 11961 posts
24th Apr '12
Quoting ★ Irishewwie
My Lil' Monsters 5 kids; 3 angel babies; Surprise, Arizona 4144 posts
24th Apr '12
Quoting 1inpink1inblue:" From what I read it does NOT apply to first trimester abortions and then they ruled later that it was unconsitutional at any stage of pregnancy."


Good luck sweetie.

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
24th Apr '12
Quoting 1inpink1inblue:" From what I read it does NOT apply to first trimester abortions and then they ruled later that it was unconsitutional at any stage of pregnancy."

From what I've read, you're fine to go and get it done. But, I would get it done ASAP just to avoid any further problems with the inlaws or DH. Don't let them try to control you.

Kea O_O 4 kids; British Columbia 1480 posts
24th Apr '12
Quoting FaithLovesYou16:" From what I've read, you're fine to go and get it done. But, I would get it done ASAP just to avoid any further problems with the inlaws or DH. Don't let them try to control you."

i'd be more worryed about them holding it up in court untell it was to late, so I'd just go do it sneekly right away

1inpink2inblue Switzerland 11961 posts
24th Apr '12

This is what i read



Spousal/ Parental Consent. In addition to informed consent, the Court in Danforth, found that spousal consent statutes, which require a written statement by the father of the fetus affirming his consent to the abortion, are unconstitutional if the statutes allow the husband to unilaterally prohibit the abortion in the first trimester. It should be noted that on the same day that the Supreme Court decided Danforth, it also summarily affirmed the lower court decision in Coe v. Gerstein, which held unconstitutional a spousal consent law regardless of the stage of the woman's pregnancy.

user banned California 36390 posts
24th Apr '12
Quoting 1inpink1inblue:" This is what i read Spousal/ Parental Consent. In addition to informed consent, the Court in Danforth, ... [snip!] ... in Coe v. Gerstein, which held unconstitutional a spousal consent law regardless of the stage of the woman's pregnancy."














Just don't tell them you're married.
My Lil' Monsters 5 kids; 3 angel babies; Surprise, Arizona 4144 posts
24th Apr '12
Quoting Mrs. Weasley [tech probz]:" "


:!: I mean how would they know anyways? right.

1inpink2inblue Switzerland 11961 posts
24th Apr '12

From what I've gotten from that he can do shit in the first trimester.

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
24th Apr '12
Quoting 1inpink1inblue:" From what I've gotten from that he can do shit in the first trimester."

If you run into a problem, leave the state and get one elsewhere.

That Elise Girl Due September 25; TTC since Nov 2013; 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Springville, AL, United States 2927 posts
24th Apr '12

Alabama will do it. I had mine done right in Birmingham. If wirse comes to worse,drive here and get it done. It just a few hours from you I think.



Good luck. Keep us posted.

Yurvette [♥] 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Hyrule Castle, LZ, San Marino 36510 posts
25th Apr '12
Quoting ♔Elise