Obtaining a Marriage License

Marriage Licenses in Vermont are issued by the Town Clerk in the town of residence for either party; if neither party is a Vermont resident, then the license may be obtained from any town clerk in the State. A Marriage license costs $60 and a certified copy may be sent to you following the ceremony @ $10.00 per copy.

The link below is an Application for Vermont Licence of Civil Marriage from the Vermont Dept. of Health.  Once completed, one or both individuals must return the application in person to the Town Clerk to obtain the actual license needed to get married.

Marriage License Application

The Middlebury Clerk’s Office is open Monday - Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., but to get a license you must arrive before 5:00 pm. Plan to spend about ½ hour in the Clerk’s Office, and be prepared to show picture ID, a birth certificate, and verification of the dissolution of a previous marriage or  civil union. The couple is responsible to make arrangements with an officiant to perform the ceremony. The following Justices of the Peace perform marriage ceremonies in Middlebury. Charges and fees for performing the ceremony are negotiated directly with individual Justices. 

Town of Middlebury
Justices of the Peace Who Perform Marriages
 David Dorman  802-989-3198  dorman@middlebury.edu
 Kerri Duquette-Hoffman    klouray@gmail.com
 Alice M. George  802-388-9717  alicemgeorge@comcast.net
 Margaret "Peg" Martin  802-388-7697  pmartin@middlebury.edu
 Michael Olinick  802-443-5559  molinick@middlebury.edu
 Dave Silberman  626-864-2147  dave.silberman@gmail.com

 

 Return to Top















alicemgeorge@comcast.net