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Do I need a witness for my marriage?

July 22, 2017

 

One of the questions I get asked most often is if a witness is required to make a marriage legal.  

 

The simple answer is "No."

 

The State of Hawaii does technically require a witness but that witness is the officiant who will be performing the marriage anyway. 

 

In fact, when the marriage license is signed, there are only 3 lines for signatures - the couple and the officiant. There are no other required signatures. 

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