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|Obtaining a copy of your marriage certificate|
When you apply to the court for a divorce, one of the documents that you need to supply is your marriage certificate. If you have lost it you will need to apply to the General Register Office for a certified copy.
If you were married in England and Wales - you can apply for a copy of your marriage certificate from the General Register Office by phone, post or online.
You can get the certificate quicker and for a slightly lower fee if you know the GRO Index number - but in most cases you wont know this number, and instead you just need to supply the names of each spouse and the date and place of the marriage.
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By phone (recommended):
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By post (this option is slow, as you first have to send off for an official application form)
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