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Apply for a Marriage License

We are only offering virtual Marriage License appointments and virtual Civil Ceremonies at this time.

You must have a computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone with audio and visual capabilities. Both parties must be in the same room at the time of the appointment and you must be in the State of California, no exceptions.

Apply for a Marriage License

Step One

You must complete step one prior to making your appointment. Couples who book an appointment without completing the online application will have their appointments cancelled.

Step Two

Book an appointment. If you only need a marriage license book “Virtual Marriage License”. If you need a marriage license and ceremony, book “Virtual Marriage License & Ceremony”.

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You must complete the ENTIRE intake form including the waiver. If the form is incomplete your appointment will be cancelled.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What can I do if there are no available appointments?

    Appointments are only available two (2) weeks in advance. If no appointments are available then they have been filled for those weeks. Continue to monitor the website as appointments could open on a daily basis.
  • Is there a waitlist?

    Not at this time. We schedule appointments on a first-come-first-serve basis two (2) weeks in advance.
  • What happens if I'm late to my appointment?

    To ensure all appointments are met in a timely manner we provide a five (5) minute grace period. If you exceed that grace period your appointment will be cancelled.
  • Do I need to bring any documents with me if I have been previously divorced?

    Yes. If you have been divorced within the last two (2) years you will need to bring your order of dissolution.
  • What if my Identification Card is expired?

    All parties must bring a government issued Identification Card to confirm identity. Expired Identification Cards will not be accepted.
  • How can I pay?

    We are only accepting credit/debit cards for virtual appointments.
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Alert - COVID-19

The Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk will close all of its offices to the public effective Monday, March 16 as a precautionary measure to help slow the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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