How to obtain arizona wedding license? (maricopa county wedding license)

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http://clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/marlic.asp#application

If you are both 18 years or older, you can get a marriage license.

If you are under 18, you must either have a notarized parental consent form or have your parents accompany you, present the proper identification, and sign the parental consent form in front of the clerk issuing your license

If you are age 16 – 17 identification and one of the following documents showing proof of age is needed: certified copy of birth certificate; current driver’s license; state or military I.D. card; or current passport.

If you are age 15 or under, you must also have a court order to get a marriage license.

The fee for a marriage license is $76 payable by cash or check with a driver license, bank guarantee card or credit card. There is an extra charge for a certified copy, which is required if the bride wishes to change her name at Social Security and MVD. If you are purchasing a license at the Justice Courts, they accept checks, money orders, or cashiers checks.

No blood test is required to obtain a marriage license. Copies of previous divorce decrees are not required.

You may be required to provide proof of age to obtain a marriage license.

You will receive your marriage license at the time you apply for it, so you can be married on the same day.

There are locations in various parts of town that make it convenient for you to obtain a marriage license.

The marriage license is valid for one year, and can only be used within the State of Arizona.

Marriages may be performed by a member of the clergy, a judge, a magistrate, a clerk of the circuit court, or a clerk or clerk-treasurer of a city or town.