Marriage License Facts
Where do I get a marriage license?
The County Clerk’s office is where you get a marriage license. The Warren County Clerk’s Office is located at the Warren County Courthouse, 429 E. 10th St., (270) 842-9416. The Warren County Clerk’s is also responsible for property deeds, marriage licenses, vehicle registration, car tags, and voter registration.
To obtain a marriage license, both parties must appear together with identification at the County Clerk's office. The license is valid for 30 days, is nonrefundable, and may only be used within the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
If either party is under the legal age of 18, the parent or legal guardian must appear with the minor and provide written consent at the time of application. Proof of custody must also be provided. If the female is under 18 years of age, the marriage license must be obtained in the county where she and her parents/legal guardians reside and may require a court order.
FEE: $50, includes license and filing fees when returned to clerk's office after the ceremony has been performed.