What are the requirements for getting a marriage license in San Diego County?

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To obtain a marriage license in San Diego County, certain requirements must be met. Both parties must appear together at the County Clerk's office and be at least 18 years old. If either party is under 18, they need parental consent and a court order. Valid identification, such as a driver's license or passport, is essential. Proof of divorce or annulment is required if either party has been previously married. Additionally, couples need to complete an application form and pay the required fee. It is suggested to schedule an appointment, but walk-ins are also accommodated. The marriage license is valid for 90 days and needs to be signed by the officiant and at least one witness.
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Answered May 3, 2024

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