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674 DAYS AGO | 1.22.2021
Will Oklahoma still require wedding officiants to register with the county clerk in 2021? Learn which states require licensing and minister registration.
739 DAYS AGO | 11.18.2020
Most counties have requirements about what color ink can be used on official documents. Be a good officiant and use black ink when signing and filling out al...
920 DAYS AGO | 5.21.2020
The New York City Marriage Bureau announced that couples can begin setting appointments to apply for their marriage licenses, suggesting that things might be...
930 DAYS AGO | 5.11.2020
Some states are now allowing couples to get married online. California, New York, Illinois and other states have passed emergency measurers allowing couples ...
942 DAYS AGO | 4.29.2020
What virtual wedding ceremonies are and why it's important to understand how they pertain to marriage laws during the Coronavirus pandemic
1013 DAYS AGO | 2.18.2020
Regulations and policies for performing self-uniting or self-solemnizing marriage ceremonies in select states
Follow these simple steps to perform marriage for friends and family.
1040 DAYS AGO | 1.22.2020
New Jersey’s marriage by proxy laws will now authorize persons serving overseas in military to be married or enter into civil union by video conference or ot...
1440 DAYS AGO | 12.18.2018
Will you be able to file for your marriage license or get married if there is a government shutdown? We checked with local government offices to find out.
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