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Marriage Forms and Resources

Getting married essentially constitutes a contract, and like any other legal contract, it requires certain written and signed documentation. There's no shortage of legal documents (and legal ramifications) involved in tying the knot. Some forms will require witnesses or attorneys, others will not. And for some couples, getting married will be as easy as a trip to the county clerk's office and the utterance of an oath. But it's always important to follow the correct procedures to ensure that your marriage is valid. This section includes forms and resources related to marriage and marriage licenses, including sample prenuptial agreements and documents to bring to a meeting with an attorney.

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