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No. A marriage license issued from any District Court office in Kansas is valid anywhere in Kansas. However, you must be married in the State of Kansas and you must give the officiant the official marriage license before the ceremony is performed.
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The current cost of a marriage license is $85.50, but it is subject to change by the Kansas Legislature. The fee must be paid when the application is completed online.
When the license is issued, it will contain an expiration date which is six months from the date of the issuance of the license. You must get married within the six month time frame or begin the process anew should it expire.
The minimum age requirement is 18 years old. If any party under the age of 18 wishes to enter into marriage, please review the specific legal requirements per Kansas Family Law Code.
Currently, our Judges are not performing marriages.
No. Blood tests are no longer required in the State of Kansas to obtain a marriage license.
No. Marriage license copies will not be issued without your request. To obtain a certified copy of your marriage license you may apply to the Bureau of Vital Statistics in Topeka, Kansas by visiting the Bureau of Vital Statistics website, or calling 877-305-8315. Payment shall be made by credit card.
The District Court office is prohibited from providing certified copies of marriage licenses. You must contact Kansas Vital Statistics.
An unofficial copy may be obtained through the Clerk of the District Court office by either of the parties involved in the marriage when a government issued photo identification is presented in person. This document will not be certified by the clerk and copies cannot be issued by mail.