Marriage license Laws in the state of Colorado, here is what you need to bring with you, and what you need to know about the CO Marriage License requirements, clerk locations and office hours.
Archuleta County Marriage License Office
Archuleta County Clerk
449 San Juan Street
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. / M - F
Closed for holidays Observed by Archuleta County
All persons who intend to get married in Colorado State must obtain a Marriage License. U.S. Marriage Laws explains the procedure for obtaining a Marriage License in the State of Colorado.Consent of Parents for Marriage Application
In Colorado, you will need to bring government issued ID such as your drivers license, visa, passport, state or military ID. Bring your social security cards, too.
Neither one of you have to be a resident of Colorado.
There is no waiting period for getting married in Colorado.
Marriage license is $30. Cash Only. No Credit Cards or Checks Accepted.
Divorced persons must provide the approximate date of divorce and a location where the decree was issued. If the divorce occurred within 90 days of the request for a marriage license, a copy of the decree must also be present.
Yes, but only if either the groom or bride cannot appear due to illness, is out of the state of Colorado, or incarcerated, he or she can obtain an absentee application. It must be notarized. Identification for the absent party must be provided by the other soon to be spouse when applying for the license.
Yes. Colorado has recognized common law marriage as legal and binding since 1877, and is one of twelve states to do so. A common law marriage is established when the parties mutually consent to be husband and wife. Same sex marriage is currently not recognized in the State of Colorado. Common law marriage does not require any license, ceremony or documentation to be legal. Parties to a common law marriage are entitled to all rights, privileges and responsibilities of a legal and binding marriage. If the parties need documentation of a marriage, it is recommended that they file a signed, notarized affidavit, attesting to the marriage, with the county clerk and recorder in the county where they reside. This affidavit will be filed as a document, not as a marriage record. Only legal divorce or death of one of the parties may terminate common law marriage.
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.
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