Proxy Marriage for Incarcerated Citizens
If Your Fiance is Incarcerated
Do you want to marry your “Soul Mate”, but unfortunately he or she is incarcerated? You do some research and discover that today in the USA, it is extremely difficult to marry an inmate.
Although there is a Supreme Court Decision of 1987, Turner v Safley, granting prisoners the Constitutional Right to marry, there are still many obstacles preventing them to “tie the knot” such as the following:
- The states of Texas and Colorado no longer perform proxy marriages for inmates.
- Getting married at the prison is a long and complex process.
- Some prisons will only allow visitation rights for the immediate family.
- Contacting the prison authorities leads to more frustration and heartache.
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Call us at 1-571-482-2406. Sam will listen to the facts of your situation and discuss with you the best way to proceed. You can also Contact Us via E-Mail by completing the Write in Box below.
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Our mission is to change lives and bring happiness and peace of mind to all of the couples who we serve. We promise to listen patiently to you in order to understand your specific situation, and then come up with an “action plan” that works for both of you. We also feel that it is very important to give back to the brave men and women who serve our country. A portion of every marriage we help to arrange is donated to the Wounded Warriors Foundation.