Any fake or forged documents used would make the marriage not valid.
A marriage certificate has to be filed with in 2 years of the ceremony to make the marriage legal. If it has been longer than 2 years then the marriage is not legally recognized by the courts.
An explanation letter explaining why documents were filed late can be hand written. The letter should include the reasons the documents were filed late.
Of course not. Marriage is a legal status. Forging a legal document is against the law and you can be charged with fraud!
You can make documents legal by getting them notorised by an authorises lawyer.
Yes, it is still valid and will be recognized. You should make sure you have a copy of the documents and a certified translation.
If you have been married to your husband for many years, and you are not using the clause just to make your marriage legal . it is alright.
no just make sure the cops dont find out or you can go to jail for not getting your stuff filed
It depends, in California the marriage ceremony is required to make the marriage legal, and it has to be recorded.
The civil marriage license must be signed by the official who performed the marriage ceremony. It is generally their duty to make certain the signed marriage license is delivered to the government office charged with recording marriages. Once they receive it your marriage becomes part of the public record. In some jurisdictions the returned, signed marriage license becomes the marriage certificate. An official marriage certificate must have an official government seal. A government issued marriage certificate is the official proof of your marriage.
Somewhere in your governing documents, probably in pages filed with the local property tax authority, you should be able to find a legal description of the land, which will make this easement specification.
in their legal documents
You need a marriage certificate from the parish. It will be issued after the marriage license has been executed and returned to the court house.
Because marriage is a legal condition. It affect inheritance, dowry and property deeds.
It is legal in the US as long as you have the documents to prove it. Certified translations are good to have.
You can travel to the probate court where the decedent died and check the index to see if a probate was filed. Take a notepad and pen with you (and a camera if you have one to photograph the documents). If a probate was filed you can request to see the file and make notes of any documents in it.
You can't make this weapon legal, ever. In addition, the mere possession of it is considered a felony under the U.S. Code.
They are legal documents that can appear in almost any form - from legal sized heavy- weight paper documents all the way to photocopier paper - it makes no difference what they LOOK like it is the signatures on them that make lt 'legal."
You entered into a legal marriage in Mexico. In order to re-marry, you must end the previous marriage. A divorce decree is going to be needed in order to make any subsequent marriage legal.
If the divorce is uncontested, or unsettled, they help to make the settle the disagreements. They handle all of the official documents that have to be filed.
nothing makes it fraud. this company have all legal documents...
I would suggest that you make it the best kept secret you ever had. Now you will have nothing to lose when you get divorced.
Only if your brother in law is a legal notary. The notary must be legal to make the documents legal. The notary needs to be licensed.It is poor practice to notarize your own documents or the documents of family members. In some States it is expressly forbidden.Check with your Secretary of State in the State in which you live in to verify.