Marriage licenses are processed between 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. between Monday to Friday. Marriage licenses will not be issued after 4:30 p.m. due to the processing time required. There are no exceptions.
Both individuals must visit the Probate Court together to apply.
Marriage License Requirements
Both parties are required to submit a photo ID. Birth certificates and social security cards are not acceptable types of photo ID.
If either party has been previously married and divorced, then a copy of the final divorce decree, signed and dated by the Judge, is required.
The legal age of consent for both parties is 18. If the bride or groom is 16 or 17, you will need both parents to sign the marriage application on your behalf. Both parents will need to bring photo ID and a certified copy of the minor's birth certificate dated within the last 45 days, showing both parent's names.
No one under the age of 16 may marry under any circumstances.
Individuals Who Did Not Complete Premarital Counseling
Individuals Who Completed Premarital Counseling
If you have had premarital counseling, there is a certificate that must be completed by the person who has administered the counseling to you. The court can provide you with the blank certificate upon request. This completed and notarized certificate must be brought into the court at the time of application for your marriage license.