(Exixting Comic Sands) If born in Australia

  • Drivers Licence,
  • Current or expired passport (not cancelled)
  • Original Birth Certificates - please note that photocopies are not permitted.  You can obtain a birth certificate by completing an application form provided by Registrar of Births Deaths and Marriages.

( Book Antique) If born outside of Australia

Birth certificates are preferred, however a Marriage Celebrant can accept an overseas passport, from the country of birth, in lieu of the birth certificate.   If that person cannot produce their birth certificate or overseas passport, the Celebrant will take a Statutory Declaration with details of birth date, place and parents’ names together with an explanation as to why the birth certificate is not available

(Courier) Persons previously married

An original copy of the Decree Absolute or Divorce Certificate must be produced. The date on the Decree Absolute must be a minimum one month and one day prior to the date of marriage. When a previous marriage has been annulled, documented evidence must be produced

 

( Georgia) Widowhood.

An original copy of the Death Certificate of the previous spouse must be produced.An original copy of the Decree Absolute or Divorce Certificate must be produced. The date on the Decree Absolute must be a minimum one month and one day prior to the date of marriage. When a previous marriage has been annulled, documented evidence must be produced

 

( Helvetica)Legal Impediment

Both parties will be required to sign a declaration under the Marriage Act 1961, stating that you believe there is no legal impediment to the marriage between yourself and your partner.  This declaration will be provided by your Marriage Celebrant and will be signed prior at the meeting prior to the wedding ceremony.

 

( Symbol) If born outside of Australia

Birth certificates are preferred, however a Marriage Celebrant can accept an overseas passport, from the country of birth, in lieu of the birth certificate.   If that person cannot produce their birth certificate or overseas passport, the Celebrant will take a Statutory Declaration with details of birth date, place and parents’ names together with an explanation as to why the birth certificate is not available

 

(Terinal) Persons previously married

An original copy of the Decree Absolute or Divorce Certificate must be produced. The date on the Decree Absolute must be a minimum one month and one day prior to the date of marriage. When a previous marriage has been annulled, documented evidence must be produced

 

 

( Times) Widowhood.

An original copy of the Death Certificate of the previous spouse must be An original copy of the Decree Absolute or Divorce Certificate must be produced. The date on the Decree Absolute must be a minimum one month and one day prior to the date of marriage. When a previous marriage has been annulled, documented evidence must be produced

 

 

( Trebuchet ) Legal Impediment

Both parties will be required to sign a declaration under the Marriage Act 1961, stating that you believe there is no legal impediment to the marriage between yourself and your partner.  This declaration will be provided by your Marriage Celebrant and will be signed prior at the meeting prior to the wedding ceremony.

 

 

( Verdana) If born outside of Australia

Birth certificates are preferred, however a Marriage Celebrant can accept an overseas passport, from the country of birth, in lieu of the birth certificate.   If that person cannot produce their birth certificate or overseas passport, the Celebrant will take a Statutory Declaration with details of birth date, place and parents’ names together with an explanation as to why the birth certificate is not available