The simplest way to become legally married in the state of Michigan is to allow me to Officiate a signing only.
How do we do a signing of the marriage license only? I also like to call it a Justice of the Peace signing...It's really quiet simple. First you must apply for and obtain your marriage license. Next, find two people over 18 to bring with you to serve as your witnesses. Last, schedule a time with me to meet up and complete the marriage license.
I make it really easy, when we meet I will complete your marriage license, ask everyone to sign on the correct lines and then ask "you've come here freely of your own will to marry, so I ask, do you promise to continue to love each other?" you say "heck yeah!" or "I do" and then I pronounce you as married!
Oh and I'll take care of filing the license afterwards for you and even email you how to obtain your certified license and change your name.
Let's do it, let's get you married, simply and stress free!
Michigan marriage laws require your two witnesses to be present
Whether you choose to elope or have a big wedding the fact remains that you must have two witnesses over the age of 18 present to witness your marriage and then sign the marriage license with you. Michigan marriage laws do not allow for your witnesses to join via zoom or sign the license without the Officiant present.
I know it may seem tricky to get two witnesses present if you choose to elope, but think outside the box....hire a photographer, that's one witnesses and then you are down to one other and it can be anyone, a friend, relative or neighbor!
Remember Michigan marriage laws require you to apply for and obtain a marriage license from the county clerks office, to hire a professional Officiant and to have two witnesses present in order to legally get married in the state of Michigan.
Hire me, I'll make it easy and stress free to get married or elope in Michigan.
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