What better day than Valentine’s Day to write about marrying abroad? If you’re dreaming of a sunnier (or snowier!) location for your nuptials instead of the British Isles, you need to make sure you’re organised in advance.
Foreign countries require different documents in order for you to legally marry or enter into a civil partnership there. You may need to produce documents to prove who you are, your address and your legal right to marry.
You’ll be able to find out what is required if you contact the local authorities in the country in which you intend to marry. You will need to have your documentation ‘notarised’ before you leave the UK for your wedding. This involves a notary public verifying and legalising the requested documents to prove they are correct and authentic.
Our notary public can help you with the legalities of marrying abroad to ensure your wedding plans become a reality. Please contact William Armstrong for a confidential discussion by calling 0113 232 1030 or emailing email@example.com.Back to Blog