If you are searching for a marriage record in Texas, you may want to know how to look for a fake one, the Austin American-Statesman reports.
A marriage record is the records issued by the state of a person to a third party or a third-party entity.
A fake record is a record issued by a third person or entity that is not authentic.
If you have a fake marriage record, you are in for a real headache.
If you are not a lawyer, you should seek advice from a registered professional in order to verify the accuracy of your records.
The Austin American Statesman reports that “a state lawyer can make a marriage records case with the Texas attorney general.
However, if a state attorney has a contract to represent you, he or she may be unwilling or unable to help you.
A fake marriage license can be obtained from the Texas Attorney General’s office.
The Texas Attorney Generals Office website says it will provide a free copy of the certified marriage record upon request.