DECATUR, GA—In a heartfelt demonstration of community support and unity, Judge Yolanda C. Parker-Smith and Judge Shondeana C. Morris of DeKalb County Superior Court are extending a offer to couples this Valentine’s Day. As fervent advocates for love and commitment, they will provide complimentary marriage ceremonies, relieving couples of financial constraints often associated with this life changing event.
“On this day of love, we’re thrilled to offer couples a chance to celebrate their commitment without the added burden of financial considerations. Love should be celebrated freely, and we’re honored to facilitate that experience for our community” expressed Judge Parker- Smith.
Judge Morris added, “Love has the power to bind communities together. By offering complimentary marriage ceremonies, we hope to create lasting memories and strengthen the bonds within our local community”.
On Wednesday, Feb. 14, Judge Parker-Smith and Judge Morris invite couples to the DeKalb County Superior Court to partake in a momentous occasion. The initiative
emphasizes their belief that love should be celebrated without unwarranted financial burden, especially on Valentine’s Day.
Couples seeking to avail themselves of this unique opportunity must complete the following steps:
- Apply for your marriage license dekalbprobatega.com/services/marriage-license/.
- Book your appointment with DeKalb County Probate Court to receive a physical copy of your marriage license.
- Send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to Ms. Karen Loder to reserve your complimentary marriage ceremony slot.
- Bring a copy of your marriage license to the ceremony.
Join Judge Parker-Smith and Judge Morris, along with the DeKalb County Superior Court in honoring love, inclusivity, and the spirit of togetherness this Valentine’s Day.