Do I Need A Marriage License Before I Get Married?
Yes. Under Oklahoma law, no one can get married and no one can perform or solemnize a marriage ceremony in Oklahoma without a marriage license being first issued by the judge or clerk of the district court, of some county in Oklahoma, authorizing the marriage between the persons named in the license.
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