The release of Jefferson County marriage records is entrusted to the respective city and village clerks where requests can be accomplished through mail, online or in-person. Email requests are not accepted for some security measures. The law authorizes any legitimate individual in Jefferson to conduct the search as long as the intention is good. You can always get your own marital record; if you wish to order for someone else record then you must seek his or her consent or ask permission from the court to view the said reports. Marriage records in the county are only made public when they are 50 years old and above already.
When you apply for the marriage records Jefferson County in person then you must appear at the city clerk’s department. The requirements would be to bring a valid ID with your signature and a current photo of yourself. It can be a driver’s license, passport or any government-issued ID. Then you pay $10.00 for the processing fee to get a certified copy of the record. Payment shall be made using cash, money order, debit and credit card. Note that they require extra processing fees for those who prefer the debit or credit card payments. So, that’s how it is done when doing a walk-in request.