Practically, however, if you commence a new relationship, it may tend to inflame the situation and make your spouse "dig in" and fight harder.Additionally, if you expose your children to the new relationship it may tend to confuse and upset them and may affect custody decisions.A few records date from the 1790s, but couples were not required to obtain a marriage license until 1877.The Family History Library has microfilm copies of the records to approximately 1920 for many counties.If the case cannot be resolved and will need to go to trial, the case will take a minimum of approximately one year to complete.Legally there is generally no problem if you decide to start dating while the case is still pending.Office of Debbie Ming-Mendoza, Madison County Clerk, Administration Building, 157 North Main, Suite 109, Edwardsville, IL, 62025 Marriage Licenses are issued between A. The license is void 60 days after the effective date.
Both parties MUST appear at the Du Page County Clerk's office, 421 N.
Applicants between the ages of 16 & 17 may obtain a marriage license by presenting the following information: We must know how a previous marriage or civil union ended, including the month, date and year, county and state in which it ended.
If a prior marriage or civil union has ended within the last six (6) months, you must provide a certified copy (a photocopy is not sufficient) of the death record, dissolution or annulment decree.
Couples must appear at the Office of the County Clerk.
The license must be used in In order to be married in Illinois without parental consent, you must be at least 18 years of age.