The license may be issued only during normal working hours at the Office of the Clerk and Recorder. The license is valid anywhere in the State of Colorado for 30 days including the date of issue. License fee is $30.00.
Party one and party two must complete and sign the license application form. At least one of the parties must apply in person before the marriage clerk. If one of the parties cannot appear in person, he or she must complete an absentee affidavit and sign it before a notary public before it can be accepted by the marriage clerk. Applicants for a marriage license need not be Colorado residents.
If either party has been married previously, we will require the date, place and type of court where divorced. Those who have been widowed will need to supply the date and place of death of their former spouse.
Marriages are prohibited when one of the parties is still married to another person. They are also prohibited between brother and sister, uncle and niece, aunt and nephew.
A marriage may be performed by a judge, the parties of the marriage, or other public official authorized to perform marriages or in accordance with any mode or solemnization required by a religious denomination or Indian tribe or nation.
Both parties must be at least 18 years of age, or have a notarized form of Parent/Legal Guardian consent to the marriage, or a Court Order for any Party under the age of 16.
- Blood Test
Blood tests are NOT required for either the party one and party two applicant.
- Do you do lien searches?
No. You would have to hire a title company, or do a search yourself on iCounty which you can access at the link above, or come into our office to do your search.
- What are your filing fees for recording?
Our fees are $13.00 for the first page and $5.00 for each additional page. The doc fee is a penny per hundred dollars true consideration.
- Are UCC's filed in your country?
Yes, our fees are $13.00 for 1 to 2 pages and $18.00 for 3 or more pages.
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