Marriage Licenses

Are you legally married after you get marriage license?

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2016-07-31 01:41:50
2016-07-31 01:41:50

No, the marriage has to be formalized by a member of the clergy or a court official. They sign the license and it is filed with the clerk.

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{| |- | If you are legally married, you can move out. Marriage emancipates a minor. In order to get a marriage license, you have to get the consent of the parents, which serves as permission. |}



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