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Franklin County Marriage License

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Franklin County Marriage License Contact Information

Address and Phone Number for Franklin County Marriage License, a Marriage License Office, at North 4th Avenue, Pasco WA.

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Franklin County Marriage License
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Pasco, Washington,
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About the Franklin County Marriage License

The Franklin County Marriage License, located in Pasco, WA, processes marriage license applications and issues marriage licenses. The Marriage License Office also records marriage certificates in Pasco and maintains marriage records. Many of these marriage records are available to the public.

You may contact the Marriage License Office for questions about:
  • Finding Pasco marriage records online
  • Applying for a marriage license
  • Marriage license requirements in Washington state
  • Pasco marriage license fees
  • Finding marriage records
  • Getting copies of marriage licenses and certificates

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Sours: https://www.countyoffice.org/franklin-county-marriage-license-pasco-wa-a80/

Franklin County, WA Marriage License Information

If you plan to get married in Franklin County, WA, or elsewhere within Washington, you must complete a marriage license application. You can get your marriage license in Franklin County or any other county throughout the state. Locations that distribute marriage licenses are typically located in the County Auditor office. Marriage licenses issued from Franklin County can be used throughout the state of Washington.

Where Can I Get a Marriage License in Franklin County, Washington?

Address and Phone Number:

Franklin County Auditor

North Forth
Pasco, WA

Cost of Marriage License

How much is a marriage license in Franklin County?

The cost of a Franklin County marriage license is about $ dollars.

Residency Rules

Do in-state or out-of-state residents have different requirements?

No, whether you live in Franklin County or are just visiting, the standard is the same. You do not have to be a prior or active Franklin County or Washington resident to get issued a usable marriage license.

Waiting Periods

Once my application is submitted, when will I get my marriage license?

There is a slight 3 day waiting period following the submission of your application before you can get your license.

Once I get my license, do I have to wait to get married?

There is no extra waiting period once your marriage license is issued. You can go and get married in Franklin County, or anywhere else within the state.

License Expiration Dates

How long will my license be good for after I get it?

Your Franklin County marriage license will eventually expire if not used. You have 60 days to use it once it's been issued.

My marriage license expired before I got a chance to use it. Now what?

Your expired marriage license is no longer valid. You can get it reissued from the same Franklin County office you submitted your original application to.

Age Requirements

How old do I have to be to get legally married?

You have to be at least 18 years old in order to marry without getting consent from a parent or legal guardian within Franklin County.

What if I want to get married, but I'm under 18 years old?

If you are under 18 years of age, you'll need both your parents (or legal guardians) to accompany you to provide consent. Have a certified copy of your birth certificate available. Such copies are typically available in the vital records or recorders office.

Keep in mind that if you were not born in Washington, you'll have to order your certified copy from your state or country of birth. If you were born in Franklin County, WA, order your certificate from this county. Otherwise, order it from the WA county of your birth.

Blood Tests

Do I have to get a blood test?

No, blood tests are not a requirement for getting a marriage license in Franklin County.

Divorced or Widowed

What if I've been divorced or am a widower?

You are not required to provide a certified copy of your divorce decree or death certificate.

Marriage-Related Name Change

How do I change my name due to marriage?

When you get married, you'll be provided a marriage certificate (filed in Franklin County) which provides proof of marriage and is the primary document used to facilitate the name change process. You'll use it to complete your name change across various government and non-government institutions.

You can make use of an online marriage name change service to get the process started, before or after you get married in Franklin County or elsewhere in Washington.

Proxy Marriages

What exactly is a proxy marriage?

Getting married by proxy means you'll have someone stand-in for you at the marriage ceremony. If one or both partners to the marriage aren't able to attend the ceremony, another person (known as the proxy) can take your place.

So, can I get proxy married in Franklin County?

No, unfortunately you can't get married by proxy in Franklin County or anywhere else in Washington.

Common Law Marriages

What does common law marriage mean?

A common law marriage is an informal marriage that doesn't hold the same legal authenticity of a standard marriage. It's based on an accepted understanding between the partners that you're basically cohabitating.

Is a common law marriage a legal option for me instead of undergoing a conventional marriage?

No, Franklin County will not issue marriage licenses for common law marriages. Washington does not recognize common law marriages. Not even if you were common law married in another state. Very few states still do.

Cousin Marriages

Can I legally marry my cousin?

If you are cousins, you cannot get a marriage license from Franklin County or anywhere else within Washington. Cousin marriages are restricted.

Same-Sex Marriage Recognition

Are same sex marriages legal?

Yes, Franklin County will issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Washington recognizes same-sex marriages as valid as any other marriage.

Sours: https://www.weddingvendors.com/marriage-license-laws/united-states/washington/franklin-county/
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Franklin County Marriage License

Marriage license applications can be obtained from the County Clerk's Office. You can complete the Marriage License application form online before coming to the office.   If you apply online, you will still need to visit the Clerk's Office to complete the license process.  Both applicants must be present to sign the license at the time of issuance. Residents and nonresidents are eligible to apply for a marriage license.

The marriage ceremony must be performed within 60 days of the issuance of the license. After the marriage ceremony, the marriage license must be returned to the County Marriage License Bureau.

When applying for a marriage license both spouses must apply in person. If one or both of the applicants are minors, under 18 years of age may need parental consent.

All applicants must present the following:

One (1) valid identification is required with the applicant's picture, signature, and date of birth, a Driver License issued by any state in the U.S., Passport, a U.S. Military ID, Alien Registration Card, or State ID issued by DMV are acceptable. Anyone issued a Social Security Card must provide their number. All U.S. citizens and residents must provide their Social Security Number. Non-U.S. Citizens may provide one of the following valid Identifications:  Alien Registration Card, US State issued Driver's License, or Passport if they do not have a Social Security Number. If either applicant has been previously married, the exact date of the last divorce, death or annulment must be provided.  If the divorce took place in the County go to the Family Online Case Search and view the docket link for final judgment date which is date of divorce.

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Sours: https://www.countyoffices.com/franklin-county-marriage-license-wa
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Franklin County Marriage License, WA

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Marriage License Fee: $57

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To complete the application for a marriage license, a couple must:

The applicants must complete an application and both applicants must sign the application before a notary public or deputy Auditor. A Power of Attorney may not be used as a substitute.

  • One or both parties need to appear in person for marriage license application, there is an alternative method enabling absentee application via mail. Please contact the Franklin County Auditor’s office at least one month prior to the wedding for details.

  • Both applicants must be currently unmarried.

  • Both applicants must be at least 18 years of age or older.

  • Government issued picture identification is required showing birth date.

  • The applicants cannot be nearer of kin to each other than second cousins, whole or half blood.

  • A marriage license purchased from any county in Washington State can be used to get married anywhere in Washington State. The permanent
    record of the marriage certificate will be recorded with the county from which the marriage license was purchased.
  • To expedite the process complete the application online then visit the County Auditor’s office to finalize the license.

Marriage ID Requirement:

Government issued picture identification is required showing birth date.

  • Driver’s License

  • State issued ID card

  • US Military ID

  • US Passport

  • US Passport Card

  • Permanent Resident Card

  • Foreign Gov’t issued Passport

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Marriage Waiting Period:

  • There is a mandatory 3-day (calendar day) waiting period before the license becomes valid.

  • The 3 day waiting period begins the day you sign the application and pay the license fee. For example, if an application is made on Wednesday, the first day the marriage license can be used is Saturday.

  • The 3 day waiting period cannot be waived.

Marriage Residency Requirement:

Applicants do not have to be residents of the State of Washington to obtain a marriage license.

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  • Proof of divorce from a previous spouse, or death of a spouse, is not required to obtain a marriage license. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the final decree of divorce is filed before applying for a new marriage license.

  • If in a domestic partnership a marriage application can be obtained ONLY if the parties to the marriage are the same as the parties to the state registered domestic partnership.

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Marriage License Fees:

The marriage license fees varies from Washington county to county, so call ahead to the Franklin County Auditor’s office to find out the fee and ask what form of payment is accepted. In some cases, you may need to bring cash.

Proxy Marriages:

No. However, if both of you cannot apply for your marriage license application at the same time, you may be able to apply through an Absentee Marriage Application. Contact the Franklin County Auditor’s office for more information about this option.

Cousin Marriages:

No.

Common Law Marriages:

No.

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Marriage Blood Test Washington:

Blood tests and physical exams are not required to obtain a marriage license.

Name Change:

Getting a marriage license with your new name on it does not mean your name has automatically changed. If you need to change your last name, you can use an online marriage name change kit.

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  • Applicants 16 years or under must have written waiver from Juvenile Court signed by a Superior Court Judge, as well as written permission of a parent or guardian. Parental or guardian permission must be sworn to and signed before a notary public or deputy auditor.

  • Applicants who are 17 years of age must have written permission by one parent or legal guardian. Such consent must be sworn to and signed before a notary public or deputy auditor.

  • Applicants under the age of 17 must apply to the Juvenile Court system in order to obtain a license.

Marriage Officiants Washington:

State law prescribes who can perform a marriage ceremony: active and retired Supreme Court justices, Court of Appeals judges, Superior Court judges, Superior Court commissioners, and judges of courts of limited jurisdiction, as well as any regularly licensed or ordained minister or priest of any church or religious denomination. See RCW for a complete list.

Ministers from any state may perform marriage ceremonies, but the ceremony must be performed in the State of Washington. Couples may not officiate their own ceremony.

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Marriage Witnesses

Witnesses are not necessary to apply for a license, but state law requires that at least two witnesses be present at the ceremony. Witnesses should be at least 12 years of age.

Expiration Date of Marriage License:

  • The Marriage License is valid for 60 days following the 3 day waiting period.

  • The marriage license is void and non-transferable if the marriage does not take place within 60 days of issue.

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Washington Dept. of Health
Center for Health Statistics
P.O. Box
Olympia, WA
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Please Note: State and county marriage license requirements often change. The above information is for guidance only and should not be regarded as legal advice. For more information regarding marriage license records and laws please visit Franklin County Website.

Sours: https://www.usmarriagelaws.com/marriage-license/washington/franklin-county/auditor-recorder/office-requirements/

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Franklin County Marriage & Divorce Records (Washington)

Search for free Franklin County, WA Marriage & Divorce Records, including Franklin County marriage certificates & licenses, divorce certificates, decrees, licenses, and more.

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Franklin County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases

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Franklin County Marriage & Divorce Statistics

Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, ACS 5-Year Estimates.

Married Couples14, (%)
Unmarried Couples1, (%)
Never Married Men12, (%)
Never Married Women9, (%)
Separated Men (%)
Separated Women (%)
Widowed Men (%)
Widowed Women1, (%)
Divorced Men2, (%)
Divorced Women3, (%)

Marriage & Divorce Records near Franklin County

Franklin County Public Records

Sours: https://www.pubrecord.org/franklin-county-marriage-divorce-records-washington/
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Marriage Licensing

Applying for a Marriage License

During this time of social distancing due to COVID19, please complete the following steps to obtain a marriage license which is valid anywhere in Washington State.

  1. Submit your Marriage Application online.
  2. After the Marriage Application is completed, the system will state Document Submitted -On Line Marriage XXXXX. Write down this 5 digit code.
  3. Please download the Marriage Application and have it signed in front of a notary public.
  4. Mail this and notate your phone number to:
  5. Benton County Auditor
    W Canal Dr
    Kennewick, WA
  6. We will call you when we receive your notarized marriage application, for payment via bankcard.

Following this we will mail you the packet you need to complete after the ceremony.

Please note that your license fee is payable at this time by bankcard only. The 3-day waiting period doesn't begin until fees are paid and license is created.

Please let us know if you have any questions at

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Requirements

  • Both applicants must have a current photo ID as proof of your age and identity.
  • Blood tests and physical exams are not required to obtain a marriage license.
  • Applicants do not have to be residents of the State of Washington to obtain a marriage license.  The license is only valid for weddings that are performed within the State of Washington.
  • Proof of divorce from a previous spouse, or death of a spouse, is not required to obtain a marriage license.  It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the final decree of divorce is filed before applying for a new marriage license.
  • Both applicants must be at least 18 years of age or older. Applicants who are 17 years of age must be accompanied by one parent or legal guardian who can provide consent.
  • Applicants under the age of 17 must obtain permission from the Family Court.

Waiting Period

Application must be made a minimum of 3 days prior to marriage as there is a 3 day waiting period and no exceptions can be made. The 3 day waiting period begins on the date of application.

Witnesses

Witnesses are not necessary to apply for a license, but state law requires that at least two witnesses be present at the ceremony. Witnesses should be at least 12 years of age.

How do I know if someone is legal to officiate a marriage?

State law prescribes who can perform a marriage ceremony: active and retired Supreme Court justices, Court of Appeals judges, Superior Court judges, Supreme Court commissioners, Court of Appeals commissioners, Superior Court commissioners, and judges of courts of limited jurisdiction, as well as any regularly licensed or ordained minister or priest, imam, rabbi, or similar official of any religious organization. See RCW for a complete list.

A qualifying officiant from any state may perform marriage ceremonies, but the ceremony must be performed in the State of Washington. Neither applicant may perform the ceremony.

Washington State does not "license" persons who are authorized to perform marriages. In this sense, the word "license" is not an official governmental function of issuing a license or permission to perform marriages, but more a function of recognition by the religious affiliation. It is the person within the religious affiliation who is recognized or granted the power (consequently, "licensed" by the religious affiliation) to officiate over wedding ceremonies.

We are prohibited from stating whether a person ordained through a specific organization/ministry can perform marriage ceremonies. It is not uncommon for marriages to be officiated by individuals who obtained credentials via organizations, including on the internet.

Where can I find a marriage officiant?

The Auditor's Office only issues marriage licenses. The Auditor's Office does not perform civil ceremonies similar to what is done in other states. There are several options for finding a marriage officiant. You can "Google" marriage officiants in the Tri-Cities, Washington. Also, there is a small section of "Wedding Officiants" in the yellow pages or a section in the Tri-City Herald related to wedding services that generally lists officiants. You can also be married by a judge. You can contact a judge through Benton County District Court. Their telephone number is ()

Marriages are Public Record

All marriage records are a matter of public record. The one exception to this is for those enrolled in the State's Address Confidentiality program. Once a license has been recorded, it cannot be "unrecorded."

Copies of Marriage Licenses

Certified copies of marriage licenses must be requested.  Requests may be made in person or by mail.

To request in person, please come to the Recording Department located at the Prosser or Kennewick Office listed above.  Department hours are am to pm Monday thru Friday.

To request by mail, please send a request with bride, groom, and date of marriage to Prosser or Kennewick Office listed above.

TypeCost
Certified copies$3 each
Photocopies$1 each

All public documents, including marriage certificates, are available from the Recording Department.

Marriage Application Hours

Monday - Friday: a.m. - p.m.

Marriage Application Fee

There is a $72 fee, payable at the time of application. CASH OR CARD ONLY. Checks are not accepted at this time. The fee is non-refundable.

You may also want to pre-pay for one or more certified copies at the time you apply. The cost is $ each. The copies will automatically be mailed to you after your officiant returns your marriage certificate to the Auditor's Office for recording.

Sours: https://bentonauditor.com/Marriage-Licensing

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