What do I do if I want to get married at the Courthouse?

Wedding ceremonies at the Berrien County Courthouse are conducted by the Berrien County Trial Court Judges and Magistrates on the first floor. Couples who wish to be married at the Courthouse must pre-schedule the ceremony at 3:30, 3:45 or 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, Thursday or Friday (except holidays) by calling 269-982-8610. The fee is $10.

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1. How can I obtain a certified copy of my birth record?
2. Can I purchase a certified copy of a birth record over the phone?
3. Can you fax or email a birth certificate to me?
4. How much does it cost to purchase a birth certificate?
5. Can I request a copy of my parent, sibling, or spouse’s birth certificate?
6. What kind of identification is required to receive a birth certificate?
7. What death certificates do you have on file?
8. Who can purchase a death certificate?
9. Do I need identification to purchase a death certificate?
10. How long does it take to get a death certificate?
11. Does the location of death matter?
12. What do I do if I’m getting married in Berrien County?
13. We applied for our marriage license online, do we both have to be present to pick it up?
14. We recently moved or are going to move after we get married, do we put our new / current address on the marriage application?
15. What documents do we need when applying for a marriage license?
16. How much does a marriage license cost?
17. How long is the marriage license valid?
18. What do I do if I want to get married at the Courthouse?