Question: Is polygamy legal in Massachusetts?

Last week, the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts, announced in a city council meeting that “polyamorous relationships” will now be recognized as legal domestic partnerships. ...Last week, the city of Cambridge

Can you have 2 wives in Massachusetts?

Pursuant to Massachusetts law, polygamy is illegal; a marriage is not valid if “either party … has a former wife or husband living.” G.L. c. 207, § 4.

Cambridge legalizes polyamorous partnerships. The city of Cambridge, Massachusetts, will become the second municipality in the country to legalize domestic partnerships between three or more people. The new language removes the requirement that all individuals in a domestic partnership must reside together.

eighteen In Massachusetts, under MGL c. 207, s. 25, a person under eighteen cannot marry without parental consent . Massachusetts does not have a law specifying the minimum age at which a person can marry with a parents consent.

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