Marriage laws in the state of Oklahoma vary slightly by county; however, to get married in Oklahoma City, couples must be over the age of 18 (16 with parental consent), have at least six months elapsed since the date of a finalized divorce and obtain a marriage license. Once a license is filed with the county, the ceremony can be performed by any ordained (or recognized) clergy or a judge/justice of the peace who has his appointment or paperwork on file with the county clerk serving the area of residence.
Locate a local justice of the peace online or in a telephone directory.
Contact the justice's office to make an appointment for the wedding ceremony.
Attend the ceremony and have the marriage license endorsed by the justice of the peace, two adult witnesses, and the bride and groom.
Return the marriage license to the county clerk of Oklahoma County.
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