Getting Married in Court?

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Getting married in court requires a marriage license and a judge. The judge is also known as the Justice of the Peace. Certain judges with county courthouses only perform marriages. The marriage may need to be scheduled based on the availability of the judge. In most instances, two witnesses are needed at the wedding. The witnesses do not have to be relatives, but can be friends or acquaintances. Once married by the judge, the judge and witnesses sign the marriage license and it is filed in the clerks office.
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