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What is a "Legals only" Ceremony?

Legals only ceremonies are becoming quite popular. In my experience of late, people are just wanting to marry without all the fuss and expense of a wedding with lots of guests.

As a celebrant appointed by the Attorney Generals Department, there are certain aspects that make a union "legal" when conducting a wedding ceremony,

They are :-

💙 A Notice of Intended Marriage filled out, signed and lodged with your celebrant no later than one month before your wedding date, but can be up to 18 months prior to your wedding with proof of place of birth, conjugal status and photo identification. If you have been married before, a copy of your divorce papers or death certificate if your spouse passed away must be provided.