How to Marry Someone in Jail

Marrying someone in jail takes time, patience and effort. You can not just go to the courthouse and purchase a marriage license so marrying an inmate is more costly.
Marrying an inmate takes the time of the notary that travels to the jail to notarize the inmate’s signature on the affidavit that enables you to purchase the marriage license, and the time of the wedding officiant that has to be present when you buy the marriage license and travels with you to the jail to perform the ceremony.
Depending on the jail, getting married in jail can require over 15 hours over several days on the part of the notary and the minister.
We @ The Document Diva specialize in working with brides who will not let the bars of jail separate them from their loved one. We have assisted many brides throughout Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside county. 
You will be pleased with our quality service as we help you through the sometimes challenging but satisfying process of marrying your loved one.

*Note - I only perform marriages services in Southern California. If you need services in other states you will need to contact the jail directly for more information.