Mary C. Pugh, the busiest JP in the state of Connecticut announces her policy of upgrading her past civil union clients to a marriage if they come to Norwalk, CT for the ceremony. Mary was recently seen performing one of the first same sex marriages in CT on ABC, CBS, NBC and the top CT channels, CT 8 and CT12.
The state of CT recently made same sex marriages legal. Same sex couples can now get married in CT. There is NO residency requirement, NO witnesses and a couple from out of state simply needs to come to CT, go to the town clerk’s office where they want to get married, present a photo id and proof of age (driver’s license is accepted), pay $30 and get a marriage license. They need to tell the town clerk who will be the officiant for the ceremony.
CT residents can get their license in the town of the ceremony or the town where either of them are residents. Couples who previously were united via a civil union can upgrade the status of their relationship to a marriage. The current civil union does not have to be dissolved. A same sex marriage can take place in one day; there is no waiting period.
After the ceremony, the officiant signs and dates the license and returns it to the town clerk where the ceremony was held. To obtain legal proof of marriage, the couple should obtain a certified copy of the license from the town clerk – each certified copy is $10.
For new same sex couples Mary offers totally customized vows, music and bubbles, a photo DVD emblazoned with their photo and a mini slideshow of their wedding photos. She wears a robe (select: black, white, purple, or red) and a stole or if the couple prefers, a black suit. Full service includes explaining the process and helping to obtain the license.
Mary C. Pugh is proud to offer a free upgrade to any of her couples who previously had her officiate at their civil union.
Just contact Mary at 203 838 1038 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, go to www.ct-jp.com.
About Mary C. Pugh:
Mary, who has her MBA from Columbia University, has completed two terms as a Justice of the Peace and will be accepting a third term which begins in January.
Her 24/7 availability and ability to speak English, Spanish and some French have made her very popular – she performs more ceremonies than any other JP in the state.
Many out of state couples come to Mary as she guides them through the process. She is happy to pick up couples from the train station, take them to town hall for their ceremony and return them to the train station.
For high profile and couples who wish to maintain their privacy, total discretion is assured.