Protect your assets when getting married
Alert others of your name change
Formalize agreements between unmarried couples
Provide evidence of your married status
Get proof of your marriage
Get a court order to change your name in Florida
Get a court order to change your name in Illinois
Get a court order to change your name in New York
Get a court order to change your name in Texas
Formalize a financial agreement during marriage
Get married FAQs
If you are looking to save money on your wedding or need to get married quickly due to deployment or other, you may be considering a courthouse wedding. Getting married at the courthouse is often simple and inexpensive. Courthouse weddings often only cost about $25 to $100 in fees, whereas a traditional wedding often costs over $15,000.
To get married at the local courthouse:
While you can often apply for your marriage license online, you cannot (as of right now) get married online. If future spouses cannot be physically together to get married, they may be able to get married by proxy in a few states. A proxy marriage takes place when one or both matrimonial parties cannot attend the ceremony in person. Sometimes this type of marriage takes place when a person is deployed in the military and wants to get married before they are allowed to come home. Obtaining a legal marriage by proxy can be challenging. You may benefit from working with a lawyer familiar with proxy marriage laws to help ensure that your marriage is valid.
Yes, you can. It is called a postnuptial agreement. It is the same as a Prenuptial Agreement it is only called that because it is signed after the marriage ceremony rather than before. Whenever you decide to make your agreement, it is best to do it when your relationship is on good terms and you can both be supportive of each other's needs. Prenups are becoming increasingly common since many are choosing to marry later in life after they've accumulated a few assets.