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Texas Premarital Self-Paced Course - For Couples


Welcome to our Twogether in Texas Premarital Self-Paced Course where you will find all the information and course materials you need to attain your certification and marriage license.  If you enjoy reading and learning at your own pace we invite you to enjoy this rich course. You will have access to all the information for a total of 30 days from the moment you register.  You may also download your "certificate of completion" for personal use at the conclusion of your course.  So take your time and register today!

 

 
What is the cost of my self-paced Premarital Course?


The cost of your Self-paced Premarital Course is $19.99 per person. Once registration is complete both parties will have full access to all the course material, and a customer service representative will be available to answer all of your questions until completion.  This covers 30 days of access to your personal profile, course material, certification, and more. 

 

Who is eligible to take this course?

 

Everyone who is 18 years or older is eligible to take this course.  If you are taking this course for the purpose of obtaining your Marriage License it is expected that you meet all of our State's benchmark requirements in order for the county court to value your certification. 

How long do I have access to the course?


All of our courses begin the moment you register and pay for the classes. You and your future spouse will each have full access after you register and pay for the course in order to track your progress for a period of 30 days or until the completion of the course. For our Virtual Course students, it is important to schedule your appointment with your Virtual Instructor as soon as possible. Virtual Instructor Courses are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.

 

Do I have to take this Premarital Course with my future spouse?

  • Texas Residents: are required to take and complete this Premarital Preparation Course before attaining their marriage license. Separate Login information will be provided to each party once the registration is complete.
     

  • Non-Texas Residents: are not required to take and complete this Premarital Preparation Course before attaining their marriage license.  But, if one of the marrying parties is a Texas Resident then the party who resides in the State of Texas is required to take a Single-User Certification Course to attain course benefits with their County Clerk.  Click the link to Learn More about Single-User Certification.
     

  • Non-Residents of the United States: Yes, non-residents of the United States are required to take and complete this Premarital Preparation Course before attaining their marriage license. Separate Login information will be provided to each party once the registration is complete.

How long is this Premarital course?
 

By law, it is required that all licensed course providers offer an 8-hour course that will enrich the lives of couples seeking to marry in the State of Texas.
 

Is there an expiration date on my "certificate of completion"?
 

Yes, your certificate is valid for one (1) year from the day of completion. It is important that you download your certificate to your PC or device for safeguarding and personal use. If you do not attain your marriage license prior to the expiration date printed on your certificate it is possible that the County Clerk of Courts may deny or reject your efforts.
 

Is this course accepted in My County?
 

Yes, as long as you plan to marry in the State of Texas our course is accepted in all 254 counties in Texas. We are the only premarital course provider who offers this faith-based curriculum in English and in Spanish in the State of Texas.
 

Do I have to provide identification to take this course?
 

Yes, In order to issue couples an original "certificate of completion" each couple must be able to provide us with the proper legal identification which will be forwarded to the County Clerk of Courts where their marriage license will be processed. 

 

The following are the legal forms of identification: U.S.A. State Drivers License, State Provided Identification Card, Passport, or Residence Card.
 

When and how do I attain my certificate?
 

At the completion of the course, you and your spouse will be able to have access to download and print a PDF copy of your "certificate of completion" for your personal use only. A Certified Copy will then be emailed to you within 24 hours of your completion date for immediate use. 

 

It is important to note, certain counties do not accept printed copies of your certificate. Therefore, it will require that we mail you your original certificate to present to your County Clerk of Courts. Make sure that you schedule yourselves appropriately for this delay. It will take us approximately 2-3 business days to forward you your original certificate via USPS.

 

How many days should I begin working on getting my marriage license?

 

It is our advice that you begin your process as soon as possible. Do not wait until the last minute to begin the legal process of attaining your marriage license. All too often, we have experienced couples procrastinating on the legal paperwork while preparing for their wedding. Remember, your marriage is not legal until your wedding officiant and witnesses properly sign your original marriage license.

How to get Married in the State of Texas?
 

We are happy to inform you that by taking this Premarital Course you will be eligible to attain your Marriage License the same day when visiting your County Clerk. As long as you meet the Texas State criteria you should be granted the opportunity to schedule a Civil Marriage Ceremony to be performed the same day at the County Clerk by a Judge or Court Representative for a minimal fee of $30.00 (this fee may vary from county to county).

It is important to know that you do not need to live in the county to receive a marriage license there.  Remember that marriage licenses are only valid for 60 days so schedule your wedding appropriately.  Click here to learn more about attaining your
Marriage License in Texas.

 

How to change your Legal Name in Texas?

Texas allows people to change their names on their marriage license application forms. While the forms differ by locality, you can generally just fill in your new name and list your former name on the form. A county clerk will issue a license after the normal Texas marriage license process is completed.  It is also required that you make the necessary plans to visit your local Social Security Administration, Bank, DMV, and other agencies.

 

Be sure to provide these legal forms of identification to all governing agencies in which you plan on changing your legal name: Marriage certificate, driver's license, state-issued non-driver's ID card, or U.S. passport. Be also prepared to show proof of citizenship such as your U.S. birth certificate, Certificate of Naturalization, or Certificate of Citizenship. 

 

Course Disclaimer


This premarital course education has been designed and created by licensed and ordained professionals to address the needs of heterosexual couples. If your relationship doesn't fit this description our representatives will attempt to refer parties seeking individual assistance to qualified professionals that can better assist their premarital needs.

Is this Course Refundable?
 

Sorry, but we at the Premarital Course Center, offer all of our couples an opportunity to choose a Premarital Course Provider suitable to each couples' needs. Since our courses are intellectual property and covered by our Copyright Infringement Policies we Do Not issue refunds.


Is this Course Protected by Copyright Laws?
 

Yes, it's unlawful to make any reproduction, copy, broadcast, or distribution of the material offered throughout this course without the written consent of our licensed professional, providers, and his or her affiliates.

Texas Statewide Approved County List

 

Download and print immediately upon completion of our Course.

Anderson County
Andrews County
Angelina County
Aransas County
Archer County
Armstrong County
Atascosa County
Austin County
Bailey County
Bandera County
Bastrop County
Baylor County

Bee County
Bell County

Bexar County

Blanco County

Borden County

Bosque County

Bowie County

Brazoria County

Brazos County

Brewster County

Briscoe County

Brooks County

Brown County

Burleson County

Burnet County

Caldwell County

Calhoun County

Callahan County

Cameron County

Camp County

Carson County

Cass County

Castro County

Chambers County

Cherokee County

Childress County

Clay County

Cochran County

Coke County

Coleman County

Collin County

Collingsworth County

Colorado County

Comal County

Comanche County

Concho County

Cooke County

Coryell County

Cottle County

Crane County
Crockett County

Crosby County

Culberson County

Dallam County

Dallas County

Dawson County

Deaf Smith County

Delta County

Denton County

DeWitt County

Dickens County

Dimmit County

Donley County

Duval County

Eastland County

Ector County

Edwards County

Ellis County

El Paso County

Erath County

Falls County

Fannin County

Fayette County

Fisher County

Floyd County 

Foard County

Fort Bend County

Franklin County

Freestone County

Frio County

Gaines County

Galveston County

Garza County

Gillespie County

Glasscock County

Gollad County

Gonzales County

Gray County

Grayson County

Gregg County

Grimes County

Guadalupe County

Hale County

Hall County

Hamilton County

Hansford County

Hardeman County

Hardin County

Harris County

Harrison County

Hartley County

Haskell County

Hays County

Hemphill County

Henderson County

Hidalgo County

Hill County

Hockley County

Hood County

Hopkins County

Houston County

Howard County

Hudspeth County

Hunt County

Hutchinson County

Irion County

Jack County 

Jackson County

Jasper County

Jeff Davis County

Jefferson County

Jim Hogg County

Jim Wells County

Johnson County

Jones County

Karnes County

Kaufman County

Kendall County

Kenedy County

Kent County

Kerr County

Kimble County

King County

Kinney County

Kleberg County

Knox County

Lamar County

Lamb County

Lampasas County

La Salle County

Lavaca County

Lee County

Leon County

Liberty County

Limestone County

Lipscomb County

Live Oak County

Llano County

Loving County

Lubbock County

Lynn County

McCulloch County

McLennan County

McMullen County

Madison County

Marion County

Martin County

Mason County

Matagorda County

Maverick County

Medina County

Menard County

Midland County

Milam County

Mills County

Mitchell County

Montague County

Montgomery County

Moore County

Morris County

Motley County

Nacogdoches County

Navarro County

Newton County

Nolan County

Nueces County

Ochiltree County

Oldham County

Orange County

Palo Pinto County

Panola County

Parker County

Parmer County

Pecos County

Polk County

Potter County

Presidio County

Rains County

Randall County

Reagan County

Real County

Red River County

Reeves County

Refugio County

Roberts County

Robertson County

Rockwall County

Runnels County

Rusk County

Sabine County

San Augustine County

San Jacinto County

San Patricio County

San Saba County

Schleicher County

Scurry County

Shackelford County

Shelby County

Sherman County

Smith County

Somervell County

Starr County

Stephens County

Sterling County

Stonewall County

Sutton County

Swisher County

Tarrant County

Taylor County

Terrell County

Terry County

Throckmorton County

Titus County

Tom Green County

Travis County

Trinity County

Tyler County

Upshur County

Upton County

Uvalde County

Val Verde County

Van Zandt County

Victoria County

Walker County

Waller County

Ward County

Washington County

Webb County

Wharton County

Wheeler County

Wichita County

Wilbarger County

Willacy County

Williamson County

Wilson County

Winkler County

Wise County

Wood County 

Yoakum County

Young County

Zapata County

Zavala County