Having a Courthouse Wedding

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Having a Courthouse Wedding

Courthouse weddings are often performed in Justice Court; Superior Courthouses do not perform wedding ceremonies.  Before rushing to the courthouse to get married, contact the courthouse; every courthouse has different hours and requirements in regards to performing weddings.  Some courthouses require reservations/appointments, while some operate on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Methods of payment differ as well depending on the location. 

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