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Hall County Probate Court offering wedding ceremonies

If you're looking to get married on what some say is the most romantic day of the year, then you're in luck! Hall County's Probate Court is now offering wedding ceremonies at the Hall County Courthouse, and interested couples can get married there on Feb. 14.

Hall County Probate Court Judge Patty Walters Laine said they began offering the service on Jan. 10.

''Couples interested in getting married in Probate Court can schedule a wedding with the Probate Court clerk when they get their marriage license,'' said Laine.

Laine said a marriage license is required in order to get married in Hall County Probate Court. The fee for getting a license is $56 or $16 with acceptable proof of premarital counseling.

''Weddings can be scheduled any Thursday afternoon, and they are offered in English and Spanish,'' she said.

Since Valentine's Day falls on a Thursday this year, couples can celebrate their nuptials on the same day the rest of the world is celebrating love and romance.

Laine said if demand is high enough next Thursday, her office will spend the entire day officiating wedding ceremonies.

Meanwhile, there is a financial perk to getting married at the courthouse; weddings performed in Hall County Probate Court are free.

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