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eSignature in Arizona Memorandum Of Understanding for Legal

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Q. Can I have my spouse to do this or not? A. Yes, you can have both spouses do the paperwork (unless there's a law that requires your spouse to do it, in which case, only your spouse) and then have the notary send your marriage certificate directly to your state's Department of Vital Records with a copy of the birth certificate and a statement that it's certified by a notary.Q. My child got married, but she moved and we didn't get a copy of the marriage license. Am I supposed to get it? A. No, the birth certificate has to be obtained, not the marriage license. The State Department of Health is the person that handles those things.Q. Can I just get the information electronically? A. No. If you're not sure, a certified copy of the certificate is probably best, with a statement that it is certified by a notary.Q. Do I have to get a marriage license if I just got married? A. No, if you just got married or you were never married you don't need a marriage license.Q. Can I give my kids a copy of my marriage certificate and make it available to them? A. Not unless it is notarized by a notary. You'll need the certified copies if you're giving it to them or they're getting it from a friend or family. Also, there is more information on how to make a certified copy of an official document at Q. Are there other things I shouldn't do if I got married in Florida but moved away? A. A divorce will not stop your child from getting a marriage license in his or her...