Get Married at the Courthouse in Indiana!
Justice of the Peace Style Civil Ceremony Services are easily available in Indiana!
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You can't get married at the courthouse in Marion County.
We provide Civil Ceremony services in our office on Monument Circle every day. We are located just 2 blocks from the Marion County Clerk's office in the City-County Building. You can pick up your marriage license, come to our office, get married, take the license back and be done!
We are available for $100 by appointment Monday-Friday from 8:30-5. You can walk-in on Fridays without an appointment. We are also available after hours, weekends, and holidays for prices starting at $150.
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Don't want to get married in our office? No problem! We can come to you! We can meet you at your clerk's office outside of Marion County and marry you there, or we can travel to your home or office to marry you.
Our mobile civil ceremony services are available every day. We arrive at your location, sign your marriage license, perform a quick civil ceremony and you are married! It's quick and easy!
We travel to your home in Marion County or the Hamilton County Clerk's office in Noblesville or your home in Hamilton County for $125.
We travel to Hancock, Johnson, and Hendrick's Counties for $150
You Can't Get Married at the Courthouse in Indiana.
It's been over 10 years since most county clerks, judges, justices of the peace, and magistrates stopped marrying couples. You used to be able to go to small claims court in the City County Building and get married. But, they stopped. If you were to ask them why they might look at you like you are crazy because it's old news (to them). But, to most people it's brand new news and they are faced with a problem... Where can I have a simple civil ceremony if I can't get married at the courthouse?
To be fair - you can get married at some courthouse in Indiana. Our offices are located in Marion County and I can tell you for sure, they do not marry couples at the Marion County Clerk. The only exception may be Valentine's Day.
The Johnson County Clerk and the Hendricks County Clerk do not perform marriages. Sometimes, couples have been lucky and gotten married while in the Hancock County Clerk's office - but it's always been a last minute situation when the clerk had time and was able to do it. I think their official stance, is that they do not perform marriages. Contact the clerk where you live to ask, if you are not sure. You can either search your county clerk with your search engine or follow this link to find your clerk's information.
The one exception in the Indianapolis area, is in Hamilton County. You can make an appointment with the magistrate to get married. They are not always available for marriages but if you live in Hamilton County and you plan ahead, it is an option.