Local Check accepted.
The Marriage License is valid for 30
As of 5:00pm on February 6, 2015, the Probate
Court of Randolph County will no longer be performing MARRIAGE CEREMONIES
Guidelines for bride and groom
18 years or older
- All marriage license
applicants must provide their correct and entire legal name.
Photographic identification is strongly recommended as it would
avoid any unnecessary delays in verifying information required for
issuance of the license. Acceptable identification should be
official government-issued identification that provides sufficient
proof that the applicant is who the applicant represents he or she
is. Acceptable forms of identification include, but are not limited
to the following: driver's license, passport, military ID, original
certified copy of state issued birth certificate, other state issued
ID, U.S. Government issued ID (including Permanent Resident Card
("Green Card"), Employment Authorization Card, etc.), or other
identification issued by a state of the United States, by a foreign
country or state, or by an agency or a subdivision of a state of the
United States or of a foreign country or state.
Guidelines for Minors 16 or 17
years of age
Identification needed: State certified birth certificate (Xerox
copies or hospital certificates will not be accepted).
- Both parents
listed on the birth certificate must be present with some form of
government issued picture ID (example: drivers license).
- If a parent
is deceased, a death certificate is required.
- If parents
are divorced and one parent has full custody, you must bring a
certified copy of the custody order signed by a Judge, if both
parents cannot be present when applying for the license.
- The Probate
Judge must approve a custody order before a marriage license can be