Montana: Need to be present to be married

Here’s a piece of trivia on what makes Montana unique: it’s the only state (and maybe the only place in the world) that allows double proxy marriages.  Translation: neither the bride nor groom has to show up to the wedding.

Stand-ins, usually attorneys, can exchange the vows of matrimony on behalf of the blissful, but physically absent, couple.  While three other states offer proxy weddings—California, Colorado and Texas—these states still require that at least one of the parties appear before the civil authorities.

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Whoa, wait a minute . . .

Only ONE party needs to be present in the state of Texas?!?!  You mean I didn’t have to be there!?!?!? Man, I could have slept in on that Saturday after all.

For those of you that are interested, is having a sale.

Go get ’em Jimi.

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