VERMONT MARRIAGE LICENSE
Officiant Carmen George
People don't get married every day, so it's normal to have questions. I hope you find this page helpful.
WHERE DO I PURCHASE A MARRIAGE LICENSE?
At any city clerk in the state of Vermont.
WHAT INFORMATION DOES THE CLERK NEED?
Everything on this form plus identification.
DO WE NEED AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE CLERK?
I recommend that you make one. Some towns require it and others do not. Call and ask them.
WHAT IDENTIFICATIONS DO CLERKS ACCEPT?
Any of the following valid forms of identification:
WHAT IF THE CLERK ASKS FOR YOUR ADDRESS?
7 Brandywine Street
Burlington, Vermont 05408
Title: Justice of the Peace
DO WE NEED A WITNESS?
IS THERE A WAITING PERIOD?
$60 for license and $10 for mailing you a copy.
No, one person can pick it up.
WHAT IF I WAS MARRIED BEFORE?
If your marriage ended because of divorce, you need the date your divorce was finalized.
If you your spouse died, you will need a copy of their death certificate.
WHAT IS THE MINIUM AGE TO MARRY IN VERMONT?
WHAT IF I AM FROM A COUNTRY THAT REQUIRES AN APOSTITLE OF MY MARRIAGE LICENSE?
Visit the Vermont Secretary of State's Website.
Apostille or Authentication (vermont.gov)
Purchase your marriage license (60 or fewer days before your wedding) and give it to me when I arrive at your wedding.
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