Part of being in compliance with state marriage laws include getting a license in order to make the marriage legal. Although this is required in all 50 states, the specifics vary regarding the prerequisites before the license is issued. Additionally, each state also has basic requirements regarding the minimum ages, consent, and capacity necessary to obtain a license for marriage.
Below you will find state-by-state links to marriage license requirements and related information. Where no state-level marriage license information is available online, you will likely need to obtain information at the county level, so the listed link will take you to county clerk/recorder office contact information in your state.
District of Columbia
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