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Requirements to obtain a marriage license in Duchesne County:
The couple must appear together in the Duchesne County Clerk's office (734 North Center Street, Duchesne UT).
Hours are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday, excluding legal holidays.
The fee is $40.00. An optional $10.00 fee can be donated to shelters for victim's of Domestic Violence.
The marriage license becomes effective immediately and is valid for 30 days. If the marriage license is not used within 30 days, the document must be returned to the Clerk's office and a new license must be purchased.
A marriage license may be issued by the county clerk's office after the applicants provide the following required information:
- Full names, including the maiden name of the female
- Social Security numbers, unless the applicant has not been assigned a number
- Current address
- Date and place of birth (town or city, county, state or country)
- Names of respective parents, including the maiden name of the mother;
- Birthplaces of the father and mother (state or country)
- Bring most recent photo ID such as a driver's license or passport
- Date of any previous marriage which ended in either death, divorce, or annulment
If both the bride and groom are over age 18, only valid drivers licenses or Utah State identification cards are required.
Minors ages 16-17
Minors must obtain consent from a parent or legal guardian. Parents or legal guardians must give sworn consent in person at the time of the application.
Minors ages 14-15
A Petition for Authorization to Marry and Court Order form must be obtained from the juvenile court judge.
The minor must be interviewed by the juvenile court judge to determine if the Minor is willingly entering into the marriage.
Consent from a parent or legal guardian is also required. Parents or legal guardians must give sworn consent in person at the time of application.
First cousins ages 55 or older may marry if the district court in the county where they reside finds that either person is incapable of reproduction.
First cousins 65 years of age and older may marry.