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How do I get my Massachusetts Marriage Certificate?

There are several documents you will need in order to file a no-fault divorce in Massachusetts. A certified copy of your marriage certificate is required for filing a Joint Petition for Divorce or a Complaint for Divorce in Massachusetts - both no-fault divorce

options. You can obtain your marriage certificate from the town hall of the town/city you

Filing for Divorce in Massachusetts

were married or resided in at the time of your marriage. See the link below for more information. It will have a raised seal. There will be a small fee. Your church certificate will not be accepted by the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court.

https://www.mass.gov/ordering-a-birth-marriage-or-death-certificate

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Attorney Kaplan works as a Massachusetts divorce mediator with families from Plymouth County, Norfolk County, Bristol County, Middlesex County, Barnstable County, Essex County and Suffolk County (including such towns/cities as Boston, Brookline, Canton, Walpole, Norfolk, Milton, Weymouth, Quincy, Cohasset, Hingham, Norwell, Duxbury, Marshfield, Kingston, Scituate, Sharon, Abington, Hanover, Whitman, Hull, Pembroke, Taunton, Raynham, Bridgewater, Carver, Plymouth, Sagamore, Falmouth, Brewster, Mashpee and Centerville).  

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