Not everyone aspires to have a lavish wedding. Many including celebrities, prefer their wedding to be a personal affair, with only close family and friends invited, and marriage is registered at their doorstep, by the marriage registrar. Whether the ceremony is at your home or a venue, and whether or not you are getting married as per your traditional customs, you can request the presence of the marriage registrar and get your marriage certificate.
We liaise with the Marriage Registrar to facilitate Court Marriage Registration at the doorstep
At Court Marriage Mumbai, we strive to make your marriage memorable by taking care of all the formalities, application procedures, documentation, and legal processes like filing affidavits, newspaper publications, and more. We make it totally a delightful experience to help you make your big date memorable. For this, it is best to reach out to us as soon as the marriage date is fixed to ensure you get the Marriage Registrar’s appointment easily.
Court Marriage Registration at the Doorstep
The Marriage Registrar may take up to 30 days to process your application. It may further take up to 60 days to get the Marriage Registrar’s appointment. Our experienced team of advocates and paralegals will help you with the application process as well as securing a marriage registrar’s appointment. The process will not take more than 30 minutes of your time. The marriage registrar officers will take your signatures and that of the witnesses. You will get the marriage certificate on the same day. We assure:
A hassle free, memorable marriage registration experience
Dedicated team to help you at every step
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(Any 1 document from below)
- Birth Certificate
- School Leaving Certificate
- College Leaving Certificate
- School or college passing certificate showing DOB
- Any other documents of college/school showing DOB
(Any 1 from below)
- Ration Card
- Electricity bill on your name
- Telephone Bill on your name
- Election card
- Bank passbook
Photographs & Witnesses
- 4-4 passport size photographs of bride & Groom
- 3 Common witnesses,
- 2-2 photographs of witness
- Anyone document of residential proof.
In case you’re marriage is already Solemnised, you need following additional documents:
- Wedding card, if possible
- Address where the marriage is being solemnised
- Divorce decree or death certificate, in case the applicant is a divorcee or widow/widower