Getting married in Edinburgh
Documents you will need
- Page 1 of 6
- Next page
Everyone getting married in Scotland must complete an M10 form. So firstly you will need:-
- Two completed M10 forms (one for the bride, one for the groom)
- You will both need to produce your birth certificates
If you have been married/in a civil partnership before you will need to show us proof that this marriage/civil partnership has ended:-
- You will need your divorce document/civil partnership dissolution certificate
- Or a death certificate for your former spouse/partner if you have been widowed
If you are not British you may need to provide further documents:-
- A certificate of no impediment (CONI) - a document from your home country stating you are free to marry
- Proof of your nationallity - your passport or residence permit
If you are travelling from a non EEA Country and are a non EEA national:-
- You should contact the UK Border Agency (Tel No. 0870 606 7766) for advice about entry requirements to the UK under the immigration rules for marriage and civil partnerships
If any of these documents are not written in English, you must provide a certified translation along with your original document.
All certificates you give to us must be originals and will be returned to you. We cannot accept photocopies or scanned documents.
PLEASE NOTE:- All offices operate an appointment system. Monday - Friday 9am - 4.30pm. Lothian chambers is open on a Saturday by appointment system. All offices are not open until 10am on the last Wednesday of every month.
Corporate GovernanceLothian Chambers, 59-63 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1RN
Tel: 0131 529 2600
Fax: 0131 529 2613