- Complete your marriage license application online.
- Both applicants need to appear in person at the Marriage License Office to sign the marriage license application and present a valid driver's license or another government issued id.
- Pay the license fee by cash, check, money order, or by credit card (MasterCard or Visa). The license fee is non-refundable and includes two certified copies (a paper copy and a digital copy).
- Complete your marriage license application online, verify your identity online, and pay online by credit card or debit card. The license fee is non-refundable and includes two certified copies (a paper copy and a digital copy).
- Wait for the email containing your marriage license, copy of your application, and instuction sheets.
- Print off a copy of your marriage licence and each of the instruction sheets.
- Read and follow the instructions!
|The current Marriage License Fee is made up of the following:
$70.00 - Total Base Fee w/o Discount
$50.00 - Total Base Fee with Discount*
$80.00 - Total Fee w/Donation w/o Discount
$60.00 - Total Fee w/Donation and Discount*
Marriage licenses may be used immediately upon purchase, but must be used within 30 days. A Marriage License, by law, older than 30 days from date of purchase has expired and can no longer be used.
If your license is older than 30 days from the date of purchase, you must get a new license or your marriage will not be recognized as legally binding. Refunds and extensions cannot be granted.
- A license issued in Utah County may be used in anywhere within the State of Utah
- A government issued picture ID that shows a date of birth is required for all applicants.
- If a divorce has been granted within the last 60 days, you need to provide a certified copy of the divorce decree.
- For information on a divorce filed in the State of Utah, contact the District Court that divorce was filed in. Directory of Utah District Courts
Frequently Asked Questions
Who May Perform a Marriage Ceremony?
- Ministers, Rabbis, or Priests of any religious denomination who are in regular communion with any religious society, and are 18 years of age or older.
- Native American spiritual advisors
- The Governor
- Mayors of Municipalities
- Justice Court Judges
- A Judge or Commissioner of a court of record
- The County Clerk, if the clerk chooses to officiate marriages
- Any person designated by the County Clerk
- The president of the Senate
- The speaker of the House of Representatives
- Judges or magistrates of the United States
- A judge or magistrate who holds office in Utah when retired, under rules set by the Supreme Court.
(Note: The age difference between both parties to the marriage must be less than seven years.)
- A minor must obtain consent from a parent or legal guardian
- A parent or legal guardian must give sworn consent in person at the time of application, and must provide valid identification
- If the parents of the minor are divorced, consent shall be given by the parent having legal custody of the minor as evidenced by court documents or divorce decree
- If the parents of the minor are divorced and have been awarded joint custody of the minor, consent shall be given by the parent having physical custody of the minor the majority of the time as evidenced by court documents or divorce decree
- If the minor is not in the custody of a parent, the legal guardian shall provide the consent and provide proof of guardianship by court order as well as an oath of affirmation
- Certified copy of Birth Certificate
- Current valid picture identification
- Written authorization from a judge of the court exercising juvenile jurisdiction in the county where either party to the marriage resides; or a court commissioner as permitted by rule of the Judicial Council
Qualifications: Any persons related to each other within and not including the fifth degree of consanguinity, except for cousins as stated above, may not be married.
What If I Can't Apply in Person?
The spouse who will be applying for the license must bring the completed/notarized application, a copy of the absent spouse's photo ID, and any necessary supporting documentation (such as a divorce decree).
This form CANNOT be used for any spouse who is under the age of 18 at the time of signing and must have notary seal to be valid!
How Do I Change My Name?
- For more information on changing your name through the Social Security Administration, go to www.ssa.gov to learn more and find your local Social Security office.
- For information on changing your name through the Driver’s License Division, contact your local
Driver's License Division office. Here is the link to find the nearest office to you.
Utah State Division of Driver's License Offices
- You can update your voter registration online. Visit the Utah County Clerk/Auditor Voter Registration page to learn more.
- Update your passport information. This will require you to send your certified copy of your marriage license and US Passport Form DD-5504 by mail if your passport was issued within the last year. If your passport was issued more than one year ago, but has not yet expired, you will need to use US Passport Form DS-82 instead. You may contact us at 801-851-8226 or 801-851-8108 if you have a question about how to do this correctly.
The Utah Marriage Handbook
Strong, healthy, long-lasting relationships don't just happen on their own. Whether you're engaged, newlywed, remarried, or a seasoned married couple, The Utah Marriage Handbook has information, ideas, and resources that will help you strengthen your relationship with your partner. The Handbook is available as a downloadable eBook in English and Spanish.
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