Apply For An Arvada Marriage License
Where can a couple in Arvada, Colorado go to obtain a marriage license?
To obtain a marriage license in Arvada, Colorado you will need to go to the Jefferson County Administrative Court Complex between 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The office is located at 100 Jefferson County Parkway, Second Floor, Suite 2530, Golden, CO 80419. You can also obtain a marriage license at one of the Motor Vehicle Branch Offices in Jefferson County. For more information you can call the Marriage Information Line at 303-271-8181 or visit Jefferson County Marriage License.
Do we both need to be present to apply for a Jefferson County marriage license?
Both the bride and groom should be present to apply for a Jefferson County marriage license. An absentee affidavit along with the approved original identification for the absent party is admissible if one of you cannot be present. The Recording office in Golden or any of the Motor Vehicle Branch offices have the absentee forms.
What is the fee for a marriage license in Arvada, Colorado?
A marriage license in Arvada, Colorado costs $30.00. Acceptable forms of payment are cash or check.
Is there a waiting period once I apply for my Jefferson County marriage license?
No. You may use your marriage license immediately upon receipt. Your Jefferson County marriage license is good for 30 days from the date it is issued.
Can I apply for a marriage license in Arvada, Colorado if I am under 18?
You must be 18 years of age or older to apply for a marriage license without parental consent. Both parents or legal guardian must sign a written consent if you are 16 or 17 years of age. The written consent must be notarized. If you are 15 or younger you must have a Judicial Court Order from the court of jurisdiction.
Will I need to have a blood test in order to get my Arvada, Colorado marriage license?
No. A blood test is not required in Arvada, Colorado.
What documentation do I need to bring with me when I apply for my Jefferson County marriage license?
You must bring legal identification when you apply for your marriage license. A driver’s license, State issued identification, military ID, passport, or birth certificate are all acceptable forms of identification. You will also need to bring your social security card for your marriage license application. If one of you does not have a social security card you must have a signed affidavit provided by the Clerk’s office.
Do both the bride and groom need to be Colorado residents to attain a marriage license in Arvada, Colorado?
No. You do not need to be Colorado residents to attain a marriage license in Arvada, Colorado.
Are there any special requirements in Arvada, Colorado if one of us has been divorced?
If one of you has been divorced you will need to provide the date, place, and court where the final divorce decree was granted.
Who can we invite to perform our marriage ceremony for us?
You can invite any retired or current judge, magistrate, Indian tribe official or clergy to perform your Arvada, Colorado marriage ceremony. The couple themselves may also perform the ceremony. More information is available online at Arvada Marriage License.
How can we get our marriage certificate after our wedding in Jefferson County?
You can order your marriage certificate through the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Certificate and Vital Records Department. To learn more, couples can visit Jefferson County Marriage License.
CLICK THE LINK TO YOUR CITY BELOW TO APPLY FOR A MARRIAGE LICENSE
|Colorado Springs||Denver||Fort Collins|
Search by State
To find more information about a business license in your state choose the state below.
This site is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal, financial or tax advise. The information on this site should not be relied upon as an official source of information and should be independently verified.