Obtain a copy of a marriage certificate by contacting the vital records office of the state in which the license was issued. Copies of marriage certificates issued during specific years may only be available by contactin... More »

You can obtain a copy of your marriage certificate from the local government office tasked with keeping such public records in the state where the marriage took place. This varies from state to state. More »

A certified true copy is an official copy of an important document like a birth certificate that has been certified by a notary or issued by an authority office. In some cases, a notary will not provide substantial authe... More »

You can obtain a copy of your marriage certificate from the local government office tasked with keeping such public records in the state where the marriage took place. This varies from state to state. More »

The vital records office in the state or area where the death occurred provides certified copies of a death certificate. Individuals must write to or visit the vital records office to obtain a copy. More »

To change a name after marriage, an individual must submit a completed application for a social security card, proof of identity and a copy of the marriage certificate, states the Social Security Administration. Complete... More »

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Each Oklahoma marriage record includes the application for a marriage license, the license itself and the certificate of marriage, states the Oklahoma Historical Society. The documents include the names of the bride and ... More »

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