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Old 02-04-2011, 07:54 AM   #1
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Most of the people have the question in mind of am I legally married. If you are married then it is of immense important that you should possess a marriage license or marriage certificate. You should check whether the marriage is legal or not. It is your responsibility to check the legality of your marriage in the eye of legal matters. Religious marriages are accepted in the religion and even the community and you leave but it is not a legal proof that you are married. Marriage certificate is the proof that you are legally married with your spouse. To check whether am I legally married, every state provide marriage records. Most of the state provides these records for online check. You can check the legality of your marriage through these online records on the internet. You can verify the records for whether your marriage exists or not. You should check the whole database for whether am I legally married or not. In the database you have to check for the name of both the parties, name of parents, date and time of the marriage and also the place of marriage. There are chances of wrong spellings of names or may be marriage dates are wrongly written. It is your responsibility to take marriage certificate which is a legal document that proves that you are married. Am I legally married can only be proved with the help of marriage certificate. If you want to know if am I legally married you can request the office of marriage records to give you a certificate of marriage. When you apply for certificate of marriage, the office of marriage records first check out the legality of your marriage, they check the records whether your name exists there or not and only after the marriage certificate is issued. Marriage certificate is issued only after marriage and is the vital proof to prove that am I legally married.

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Old 11-27-2017, 03:03 AM   #2
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Yeah it's pretty sure that the religious marriage are acceptable in the religion but however everyone should get a proved marriage certificate from government, there are different marriage acts in different countries. Knowing the act is very useful for everyone for their future who going to marriage.
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