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The judges can perform weddings in Spanish using a court-provided transcript. However, bringing an interpreter to these ceremonies is still highly recommended for the couple, as the court does not provide interpretation services for weddings at this time. The judges do not have a script for weddings in other languages at present.
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No. The judges cannot accept gratuities.
The couple can submit a request to Magistrate Court and the request will be given to a judge for consideration.
No. To schedule the wedding ceremony, each couple must present a valid Marriage License issued by any Probate Court in the state of Georgia.
We should be able to accommodate 20 guests plus the couple.
Yes. Please note that children will count towards the 20-person guest count.
This is at the discretion of the judge as to how the ceremony proceeds, but the couple is welcome to bring the vows/script with them to the ceremony.
No. These things are entirely up to the parties.
Although pictures cannot generally be taken in the courthouse, typically the judges will allow pictures in the courtroom during the ceremony.