In Indiana State, the rules and regulations to get a marriage license are almost same like in other states of US. They are:
• Like in other states, both male and female applicants should apply in person together to get a marriage license. In some rare occasions, exceptions will be given.
• If one of the both applicants has been a resident of Indiana State, then they can get their marriage license at the County Clerk’s Office. However, the marriage license can be obtained from that county office which is situated in that county where one of those applicants has been residing. If both applicants are not the residents of Indiana State, then they should get the marriage license from the county office of the county where they will get married.
• In Indiana State, both male and female applicants should be at least 18 years old to apply for a marriage license. But if, their parents give parental approval in person to the authority, then they can get a marriage license even if they are 17 years old. In some rare cases, the parents are not needed to give the approval in person.
• The Proof of Dissolution must be presented to the authority if either applicant has been married before.
• Men need not to go under medical exam but women below 50 years age are required to go through a medical exam for Rubella.
• Applicants do not have to wait to get their marriage license.
• The unsigned marriage license is valid for 60 days from its date of issue. For Indiana State residents, the unsigned license is workable throughout the state. But for the non-Indiana State residents, the unsigned license is valid only in the county where they have applied for the license.
• The fee for getting a marriage license varies for in-state and out-of-state residents. For in-state residents, a marriage license costs $20.00 and for out-of-state residents, it is $70.00.