Law Office of James Lentz | James Lentz
The good news is: the marriage does not appear to be illegal. But the information must be corrected, and a proper petition to the court must be made, assuming this is an error by the person who filled in the blank and not an intentional deception by the applicant. O.R.C. section 3101.05 says: (B) An applicant for a marriage license who knowingly makes a false statement in an application or affidavit prescribed by this section is guilty of falsification under section 2921.13of the Revised Code. In either case, you should discuss the issue with a family law attorney.
Answer Applies to: Ohio
John E. Kirchner, Attorney at Law | John Kirchner
Probably not unless the correct birthdate would reveal that the person was a minor and unable to consent to a marriage. Otherwise, the date of birth has nothing to do with whether a marriage is legal or not.
Answer Applies to: Colorado