Couples who want to tie the knot in Williamson County in Texas may find themselves postponing their plans for a little bit, because the Williamson County Clerk’s Office has temporarily run out of marriage licenses. It lost its supply on Friday, August 26 and won’t be getting new ones until Thursday, September 22, a report from the San Antonio Express showed.
County spokeswoman Connie Watson said she isn’t sure how many engaged individuals will be inconvenienced. Apparently, the issue occurred because the clerk’s office thought it had already ordered the forms from its vendor, who said they had not received the orders in question. Watson, however, said it is still possible to go to get married in any other county in Texas.
Contact our attorneys at Alexander & Associates today by calling our offices at (972) 420-6560 if you are a resident of Lewisville, Denton, Frisco, or other areas of Texas. We are dedicated to helping individuals who are experiencing family legal issues or problems and are ready to take on your case.