Individuals must be at least 18 years old to obtain a marriage license regardless of parental consent. A medical exam is not required; however, there is a three-day waiting period. Once issued, the license is valid for six months. As the cost varies, contact your County Clerk’s office for specific information.
The officiant must be an ordained minister for all KS marriages!!
In Missouri, individuals must be at least 18 years old to obtain a marriage license. With parental consent, a license may be granted at 15 years of age. A blood test is not required. A marriage license may be obtained from any county courthouse in the County Clerk’s or Recorder of Deed’s office. Two pieces of identification are required – a driver’s license and social security card. As the cost varies, contact your County Clerk’s office for specific information. To be married in the State of Missouri, you must have a Missouri marriage license.
Clay County Clerk
Ray County Recorder
Cass County Clerk
Lafayette County Recorder