Nevada Marriage License Legal Requirements
There is no blood test or waiting period in Nevada. You must obtain your license from the Regional Justice Center at 201 Clark Ave. Both parties must appear in person with proof of identity and age (driver's license, passport, etc.). The fee is $60.00 (cash only), and you will receive the license immediately. A marriage license is valid for one year after it is issued. Please bring all documents given to you to the ceremony.
In Clark County, the minimum age for both men and women to be married without parental consent is 18. Proof of age, such as a birth certificate, passport, or driver's license may be required. Persons between the ages of 16 and 18 may be married with the consent of a parent or guardian. Proof of age is necessary and proof of identity of person or persons giving consent may also be required. A legal guardian must provide proof of appointment by the court. If a parent or guardian are not present, a notarized affidavit stating name, age, place of birth and relationship of person(s) giving consent. For persons under the age of 16, a Nevada Court Order must be obtained.
Divorce papers are not required for a remarriage in Nevada. You will be required to sign on your license application that you are legally divorced. A divorce granted in another state must be final in the state in which it was granted.
Marriage License Bureau at the Regional Justice Center
8:00AM to Midnight every day of the year, holidays included
201 Clark Avenue (see map to the side)
Turn by Turn:
If you are going north on Las Vegas Blvd., turn left on Clark Ave. The Regional Justice Center is on the northwest corner of Clark Ave. and Third St.