When getting married in Indiana, the Justice of the Peace is usually the first thing that comes to mind you think about just going down to the courthouse to get married. The Justice of the Peace is a judge that generally performs weddings. In Marion County, Indiana you can no longer get married in the county clerk's office or even by a judge during regular business hours. That's OK. There other qualifications to be able to marry people. Marriages in Indiana may also be performed by clergy members such as ministers, priests, bishops, rabbi's or an imam. Weddings many also be performed by a judge, a magistrate, mayor, clerk of the circuit court, or a clerk or clerk-treasurer of a city or a town.
I am a legal wedding officiant because I am an ordained minister. What I do, as a business person, it make it easy for you to have the same quick, easy experience you would expect from a Justice of the Peace. I perform civil ceremonies and complete legal paperwork by appointment. Same day appointments are almost always available.
When you plan on getting married in Indy, plan on having me meet you by the clerk's office. I will be there when you pick up the license, finish the paperwork with you so you can go right back inside the clerk's office, file the papers and then walk away with your certified copies. It takes less then an hour for the entire process from start to finish. Make an appointment today. It's quick and easy. It can be a celebration or discreet transaction. I'm happy to marry you in Indy!
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Reverend Victoria Meyer, your Wedding Officiant in Indianapolis. You CAN get married TODAY!
Victoria Meyer has been a professional wedding officiant providing legal wedding services and performing weddings in Indiana for the past 8 years. She has married over 2500 couples. You can get married today in Indy! She has received the Couples Choice Reward from Wedding Wire 5 years running. She has been State Best and Local Best according to My Wedding's since 2013. She has also been voted Best of Borrowed and Blue.