A Minister on Location

Las Vegas Weddings

If you are coming in from out of town for your special event, take into consideration the number of guests in your wedding party. You can have a beautiful wedding ceremony for a few hundred dollars, but travel arrangements and hotel costs for your guests may limit the number of people who would be able to attend. It is a good idea, if at all possible, to plan your wedding far enough in advance to allow your guests to arrange vacation time and activities around your wedding date. Legal considerations for getting married include changing your name, will, beneficiary, and obtaining a Nevada marriage license. You can get a complete Name Change Kit from the A Minister On Location website. It includes everything you need to get all of your records in order including a US passport, voter registration, drivers license, financial and insurance documents , etc. The kit is also available by phone at 702-437-3359 or by email at, aministeronlocation@yahoo.com.

Clergy performing marriage ceremonies in Nevada must meet certain requirements. The clergy must be an ordained minister in good standing with his or her denomination. That denomination must be incorporated, established, or organized in the State. It is important to have clergy who meet the qualifications of the State to perform your wedding ceremony. You can lay all concerns aside when you choose Reverend Ron Perry to officiate your wedding ceremony. He has years of experience and an outstanding record of wedding accomplishments to assure you of his commitment to fulfill the State's requirements.








































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