Out of State residents who intend to be married in Ohio, must use the license in the Ohio county where the license is issued.
Applicants getting married in other states must obtain a license in the state in which they are to be married.
A guardian of a is appointed to manage the property and financial assets of the ward for the ward's best interest such as paying bills and making investments.
The probate court requires an account be filed every other year in order to keep track of the ward's funds.
When someone dies owning property, it is necessary for the Court to appoint someone to handle the payment of their debts and the distribution of their assets, either according to their will or in accordance with the laws of the State of Ohio.
The Probate Judge supervises the work of the executor or administrator, by making sure all debts are paid and the heirs receive what they are entitled to.
Previously married applicants must present their Final Decree of Divorce or Dissolution, Judgment Entry or Order granting their most recent divorce or dissolution and must disclose the number of all prior marriages regardless of how they ended.
The license is good the day it is issued and for sixty (60) days from that date.
Generally created through an estate by the decedent's will where either all or a portion of the assets are placed in a trust which then directs how the money is spent.
Accountings of these funds are also required by the Probate Court every other year.
If you are an adult contact the Bryan Municipal Court prior to your court date.
The Bryan Municipal Court telephone number is 1-419-636-6939.