Court marriage is an economical, and hassle-free alternative to a traditional marriage. Couples from different nationality, religion, and caste can solemnize and register their marriage through a simple procedure carried out in the presence of marriage registrar and 3 witnesses.
At MyAdvo, our Court Marriage experts will make the legal procedure foolproof and the overall process a breeze for you.
A checklist of documents/questionnaire will be provided to record your details. A checklist of documents and questionnaire is provided in the Documents section.
Upon receiving the filled questionnaire, we will draft a notice of intended marriage.
Your Court Marriage can be solemnized at the office of the marriage officer of the district where either one of you have stayed for at least 30 days, prior to your filing of the notice.
You are then required to select the jurisdiction of where you want to get your marriage solemnized.
Our experts will setup a mutually convenient time for you, your partner and three witnesses to meet at the office of the marriage registrar to finalise the documentation. Upon finalisation, Notice of intended marriage will be filed.
The marriage officer will publish the notice and invite objections to the intended marriage within 30 days of publication.
In case an objection is raised, the Marriage Officer will decide on the objections after giving the parties an opportunity to present their case. If the objections are found to be true, the marriage cannot be solemnized. However, an appeal against the decision of the Marriage Officer can be filed in the district court under the jurisdiction of the Marriage Officer.
In case of no objections/ objections being removed, after 30 days of Notice publication, based on a mutually convenient time, you and your partner along with the same three witnesses will appear before the marriage officer to sign a declaration (Sample declaration form) and get the marriage solemnized.
After signing the declaration, the marriage officer will issue a marriage certificate. The marriage certificate will have to be signed by the parties and three witnesses. Upon signing of the document, the marriage certificate will be issued to the couple.
Required from Bride and Bridegroom:
Required from three Witnesses individually:
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