Can we find a way to be together if my boyfriend is on state probation and I am on federal probation and we want to get married but both of our probation officers will not give their approval?
Question Details: Nothing has been filed or reported. Is there anything at all we can do?
If your PO's don't want you to be around each other, getting married could be a violation of your probation. The fact is that both you and your boyfriend could fight this and go to court to see what a judge has to say about, however there is no guarantee that you would be permitted to marry. Additionally, if the goal is for the both of you to get off of parole as soon as possible, then challenging your PO's may not be wise. It may only drag things out. Bottom line, ask yourself if it's more important to see each other in the short term or to get off of probation and get your PO's out of your life for good.
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