Does the Mayor perform Marriage/Civil Union Ceremonies?

The Mayor does perform marriage/civil union ceremonies on Fridays. Please contact the Call Center at 609-586-0311 and we will check with the Mayor's secretary to see if the date is available.

Also, Hamilton has a Judge who performs ceremonies at the Hamilton Court House on Monday's and Thursday's.  You must contact the courts by e-mailing to request a date. Someone from the courts will get back to you so please provide all contact information.  You may also contact Hamilton Township Municipal Court at Rachel.Churchman@NJCOURTS.GOV and 

Mercer County Clerk Paula Sollami Covello performs civil wedding ceremonies. For more information, visit the Mercer County Clerk's webpage or call 609-989-6465.

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1. Can someone other than the couple pick up the marriage license when it is ready?
2. Do I have to register with the Health Department before performing a wedding in Hamilton?
3. Does the Mayor perform Marriage/Civil Union Ceremonies?
4. How do I obtain a Marriage/Civil Union License?
5. How long is a marriage license good for?
6. I am applying for a marriage license and cannot find my birth certificate; what document can I use as a substitute?
7. I was born in a different country, do I need to have my birth certificate translated?
8. In what municipality/state do I apply for a marriage license?
9. What documents do I need if this is not the first marriage for either the bride or groom?
10. When can I pick up my Marriage Certificate?
11. Where do I apply for a license if I live in Hamilton but am getting married in a different municipality/state?