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McHenry County Marriage License Information

Where to Apply:
Both parties must appear in the office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday. The fee for a marriage license is twenty-five dollars ($30.00) cash (fee reflects increase).

McHenry County Clerk's office
667 Ware Road Room 107
Woodstock IL. 60098

Persons Who May Not Marry:
Blood relatives, down to cousins of the first degree, idiots, and lunatics may not marry under the laws of the State of Illinois.

Residents of the State of Illinois:

Age Requirements:
Both parties must have attained the age of 18 years at the time the marriage license is effective or will have attained the age of 16 years and have either the consent to the marriage of both parents or their guardian or judicial approval.

Proof of Age:
Applicants who are 18 years of age and under must present their birth certificate as proof of age.

Medical Examination:
None required.

Photo ID is required for both parties.

Non Residents:

Non-residents must comply with the requirements of their respective states. Non-residents requiring consent of parents or legal guardian must obtain a consent sworn to before the COUNTY CLERK or a NOTARY PUBLIC.

Persons obtaining license in McHenry County may NOT use the license to marry in any other county. A license to marry becomes effective in the county where it was issued one (1) day after the date of issuance, unless the court orders that the license is effective when issued, and expires sixty (60) days after it becomes effective. If there was a prior marriage for one or both applicants, ending in divorce, the parties must provide the County Clerk with a certified copy of the divorce decree or decrees pertaining to such prior marriage or marriages.


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