Marriage Licenses

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IDENTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Both persons must be present and provide:

  1. Valid government issued photo ID. Acceptable forms of ID include: driver’s license, passport, military ID or an identification card issued by Texas or another state, the United States or a foreign government. 
  2. Social Security number. You are not required to show your social security card.

PLEASE NOTE: The name listed on your marriage license MUST match the name on your identification.

USING MAIDEN NAME ON MARRIAGE LICENSE

If you have been divorced and retained your maiden name in the divorce, but your identification has your married name, you must provide a certified copy of the divorce decree that states your name was changed back to your maiden name.

WHERE DO I GO TO GET MY MARRIAGE LICENSE?

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Igor K – (214) 448-5924

RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS

None.

IF PREVIOUSLY MARRIED

If your divorce was finalized within the last 30 days, you must provide a certified copy of the divorce decree stating the judge has waived the 30-day waiting period. If you do not have that waiver, you will have to wait 30 days before you can apply for another marriage license. If you have any questions, please call 972-548-4185.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

Both parties must appear before the clerk and provide their valid government issued photo ID and their social security number (your social security card is not required).

BLOOD TESTS

There are no blood test requirements.

MARRIAGE LICENSE FEES

The cost of your license will vary depending on whether you have particpated in a state approved premarital training program (Texas Family Code Chapter 2 §2.013). The premarital course is an eight (8) hour training both you and your spouse-to-be may attend to learn conflict management, communication skills and key elements for building a healthy marriage.

Once the course has been completed you will receive a certificate of completion which will include the name of the course, the name of the provider and the date the course was completed. The certificate will be valid for one (1) year.  Certificate MUST be presented at the time of application. Refunds will not be issued for certificates brought in after application is completed.Upon receipt of the certificate, the County Clerk will deduct $60.00 from the license fee and waive the state required 72-hour waiting period. For more information on participating in the pre-marital training course please visit the Twogether In Texas website.

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Informal Marriage License – Coming Soon price

WAITING PERIOD AND EXPIRATION OF LICENSE

Pursuant to Texas Family Code, Chapter 2 Sec. 2.204 of the Texas Family Code, the marriage ceremony may not take place during the 72-hour period immediately following the issuance of the marriage license unless: (a) an applicant is a member of the Armed Forces of the United States and is on active duty, (b) an applicant obtains a waiver from District Court, or (c) an applicant completes a premarital education course and provides the County Clerk with the completion certificate.

EXPIRATION OF LICENSE: Pursuant to Chapter 2 Sec. 2.201 of the Texas Family Code, if a marriage ceremony has not been conducted before the 90th day after the date the license is issued, the marriage license expires.