Marriage Legal Questions and Answers

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What is Required to Make a Marriage Legal in California?

In 2007 we applied a Marriage License in S.F. Ca. Then we performed marriage in front of a Salvation Amy Captain with a witness. Later on we had a ceremony with family and friends. But some reason we never living together and never have sex, also the Marriage licenses never been return to the county clerk for record. Now the question is this a legal marriage/are we still single...

02/11/2011   |   Category: Marriage   |   State: California   |   #24200

Is a marriage legal if wife signed wrong last name on certificate?

When my wife and I got married in California She signed her maiden name on the wedding certificate. But she had not legaly changed her name back to her madden name after she divorced her first husband. Does that mean we never really entered into a legal contract...in other words the marriage is not binding?

01/21/2011   |   Category: Marriage   |   State: California   |   #24056

Is it necessary to seek a divorce in Peru before marrying my current girlfriend?

Nearly ten years ago I married my Peruvian girlfriend in Peru. Her application for her immigrant visa was denied and she was never able to move to the United States to live with me. After a year and a half we went our separate ways. The marriage was never legalized in the United States. I could not claim her as my wife here. Now, I would like to marry my current girlfriend. Is ...

12/02/2010   |   Category: Marriage   |   State: Washington   |   #23753

What are the eligibility requirements to get married in Connecticut?

I AM A TOTALLY DISABLED VETERAN..I HAVE A SO FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS..WE DESIRE TO GET MARRIED IN CONN, WHAT IS REQUIRED???

10/28/2010   |   Category: Marriage   |   State: New York   |   #23504

Can a Half Uncle Marry a Half Niece in Alaska?

Can a half uncle and half niece get married?

10/27/2010   |   Category: Marriage   |   State: Alaska   |   #23498

How Can A Person Get Citizenship in the United States Other Than Through Marriage?

At the age of 18, it is not lawful or right to get married. But, for anyone who wants to live in a country that is not the one they were born into, marriage to a citizen of said country is a requirement. So, that means that every two people who met online and want to save marriage for a more financially stable age, have no legal recourse. Now I ask - how can that be? How can th...

10/19/2010   |   Category: Marriage   |   State: New York   |   #23432

What is an Affidavit of Marriage Used For?

I have seen your document about the Marriage Affidavit and I was inquiring does this document have any beneficial factors for me since I am an American and my Wife is a Filipino and we recently were Married in the Philippines. When we married in the Philippines that was my first time visiting there and I married her the day after I arrived there. We married May 27th and we met ...

08/30/2010   |   Category: Marriage   |   State: Illinois   |   #23059

Do I Need to Register a Jamaican Marriage in Georgia?

If two U.S citizens get married Jamaica, is it automatically 'put on file' in the state of Georgia. Or do we have to apply for a Georgia marriage license to make it legal or recognized?

08/03/2010   |   Category: Marriage   |   State: Georgia   |   #22816

I am 50 years old and my partner is 90 years old. He is intelectually active and he is responsible for his decisions. He is w...

I am 50 years old and my partner is 90 years old. He is intellectually active and he is responsible for his decisions. He is widow and he has no children, just sisters and nephews. I want to marriage to him because I want to care him until he dies. He says that he cannot marriage because his age. We live in Colorado, Is this true?

07/07/2010   |   Category: Marriage   |   State: Colorado   |   #22614

Can We Have A Marriage Ceremony in Pennsylvania and Not be Legally Married?

Can we have a wedding ceremony in Pennsylvania without becoming legally married? We have decided to sign a co-habitation agreement instead for the marriage laws don't benefit us. But we consider ourselves husband/wife and we want to celebrate our commitment by having a 'wedding.' Although we live in NJ, our 'wedding' will be in PA. Our ceremony will be non-religious. We ...

03/10/2010   |   Category: Marriage   |   State: Pennsylvania   |   #21318
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