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Uinta County Courthouse
225 9th St.
Evanston, WY 82930-3415
Ph: (307) 783-0301
Bridger Valley:
(307) 782-7432
Marriage Licenses
Frequently Asked Questions
  • Where do I get a marriage license?
    Wyoming marriage licenses are issued by the County Clerk.
  • Where can I use a license issued in Uinta County?
    Wyoming marriage licenses can be used anywhere in the state.
  • What’s the deadline for using a license?
    Wyoming marriage licenses expire one year from the issue date.
  • Who has to apply?
    The bride and groom need to apply for the license.
  • How long does it take to get a license?
    It will take about 45 minutes to apply and have a license issued.
  • Do I need a blood test?
    No blood test or other medical information is required.
  • How old do we need to be to get married?
    Applicants must be at least 18 years old. Applicants who are 16 to 18 years old must have written parental consent. Applicants who are younger than 16 must have a court order allowing a license to be issued.
  • Do I need to bring any documents to apply?
    Applicants and witnesses must present photo identification.
  • What kind of information is needed on the application?
    You will need to provide the following information for both bride and groom:
    • Date of birth, place of birth, residence address, social security number
    • If a previous marriage ended in death or divorce, the date of that death or divorce.
    • Father’s and mother’s place of birth (state or country)
    • Mother’s maiden name
  • What are the fees?
    • Certified copy of marriage license - $5 (a certified copy of the license may be needed to change your name on your social security card, driver’s license and other documents)
    • Marriage license - $30
    • Non-certified copy of marriage license - $1
  • Where are marriage records?
    Records of marriage licenses issued in Uinta County since August 9, 1872 are available in the County Recorder’s Office. Records of marriage licenses issued in the State of Wyoming since May 1941 are available in the State Vital Records Division Office in Cheyenne. The phone number is (307) 777-7595.