Getting married is a big step and will significantly impact on lots of areas in your life. Find out about the legal requirements and procedures involved in getting married in Ireland and abroad.
When an engaged couple decide not to marry, are there any implications for gifts they have jointly received? What are the rules on property? Find out more here.
A pre-nuptial agreement is an agreement entered into by a couple before they get married. Find out more.
This document describes the legal requirements that both parties must fulfil in order to have the legal capacity to marry each other. If they lack capacity under any heading the marriage would be void at law in Ireland.
This section outlines the notification procedure which both parties to a marriage must fulfil in order to be legally entitled to marry.
There are different ways you can get legally married in Ireland. Find out about both secular and religious ceremonies that have legal effect in this country.
Procedure for getting married by the rites and ceremonies of a number of different religions in Ireland. (Includes information on marriage by licence, after the banns or by Registrar's Certificate).
Getting married by Civil Ceremony (in a Registry Office) in Ireland, including notification of the Registrar.
How marriages are registered in Ireland. Also refers the reader to the other sections which cover this issue in more detail. Instructions on where and how to get a Marriage Certificate and costs.
Information for Irish citizen(s) planning to get married abroad.