MIAMI COUNTY PROBATE COURT
Miami County Safety Building
201 W. Main Street
Troy, Ohio 45373-2363

     

 
PHONE:

(937) 440-6050

 
 
FAX:

(937) 440-3529

 
 
WEBSITE:

 
 
OFFICE HOURS:

Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 
 
OFFICE DAYS:

Monday through Friday

 
 
SERVICES:

Miami County Probate Court is a division of the Court of Common Pleas and has exclusive jurisdiction over certain types of cases including estates, guardianships (adults and minors), name changes (adults and minors), adoptions, birth corrections, delayed birth registrations and involuntary commitments for mental illness. The probate court issues marriage licenses. The Court also maintains birth and death records from 1867-1908 and other records for genealogy research.

 
 
ELIGIBILITY:

Marriage License Requirements- Parties must be 18 years of age without consent from parents. Applicants must appear together at the Probate Court. If one of the applicants is a resident of Miami County they may apply for the license in Miami County, but may get married anywhere in the State of Ohio. If neither is a Miami County resident but they reside in the state of Ohio, they must apply in the county where at least one applicant resides and the marriage may occur anywhere in the state. Out of state residents planning a wedding in Miami County must apply for a license in Miami County.

 
 
DOCUMENTS NEEDED:

Marriage License: Drivers license or birth certificate to document age. If either applicant has been previously married and divorced, a file-stamped copy of the final order granting the divorce or dissolution is required for all previous divorces/dissolutions.

All other case types require filing of approved court documents.



 
 
RESTRICTIONS:

Marriage license: If either applicant is under 18, check with the Court for further requirements.

 
 
HOW TO USE:

Any time during office hours.

 
 
FEE POLICY:

Marriage License fee - $50 (Cash Only). Checks and credit cards are not accepted. All other fees set by ORC and Court Rule.