Apply For A Quincy Marriage License

Where do we go to apply for our Quincy marriage license?

Marriage licenses (also called the Marriage Certificate) in Quincy can only be applied for and received directly at the Quincy City Clerk’s Office. Also, the marriage license application (also called the Marriage Intentions Application) itself cannot be downloaded or removed from the Quincy City Clerk’s Office. Make sure that you and your spouse to be go at least an hour before closing to complete the application. The reason for this is to verify in the eyes of the county and thus the state couples are who they claim to be, including age, previous marital status and residency. When you and your fiancé go to the office, to prove these requirements, you will both need to show a driver’s license or a photo I.D. issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles, passport or military card and a birth certificate.  Furthermore, be prepared to provide your Social Security numbers and the Social Security cards to be copied.

What information will we need for our Quincy marriage license application?

Please have your full names, including the female’s maiden name, social security numbers, current addresses for you both (if different), where your parents were born, parents’ names, occupation of both of you, identification, if you are using your birth certificate then you will also need to present a photo I.D., certification that you and your fiancé are not closely related by blood, you will need to sign and then date the application.

Who is authorized to perform our wedding ceremony in Quincy?

A religious leader who is regular communion with their religion, all must be 18 years or older, various justices and judges on court record, a Native American spiritual advisor, a president or speaker of the Senate, governors, mayors and Utah County Clerks that have chosen to marry couples.

What age must we be to be legally married in Quincy?

18 years is the legal age without exceptions to be wed in the City of Quincy and the State of Massachusetts. Minors that are 15-17 years old with Juvenile Court permission may be married as well as have their legal guardian permission. If approved, the court will give the document to be included with the Marriage Intentions Application.

What else should we know about a marriage license in Quincy?

Be aware that the fee to apply for your marriage license is $40, this must be paid when you apply at the Quincy City Clerk’s Office. This can be done by cash, check or by Visa or Mastercard. The fee does include one certified copy that you will need to pick up from the office you once you have your wedding ceremony, it normally will take 1-2 weeks to receive the copy after your wedding. If you will require an additional copy, the price is $10.00 per extra copy. If you mail in a request for a copy, the charge is $12.

Whom can we contact for more information?

You can contact the Quincy City Clerk at telephone number (617) 376-1135 The Quincy City Clerk is found at:

Quincy City Hall
1305 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02169

Also, you may visit the website at Quincy Marriage License page.

 

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