Marriages celebrated abroad are recognized in Quebec to the extent that these marriages were celebrated in accordance with the laws of the countries where the celebration took place and that the marriage also respects the rules for marrying in Quebec. The celebration must also have complied with the laws of Quebec. These marriages may be registered…

Your marriage has been celebrated. Congratulations! Now do you want to know how to obtain your marriage certificate or marriage deed? Here’s how to do it! At the time of your marriage ceremony, the notary celebrating civil marriages (or any other authorized celebrant) gives you a copy of the Declaration of Marriage. The Declaration of…

Each year, the Institut de la Statistique du Québec publishes socio-demographic data on marriages in Quebec. These data shed light on marriage in Quebec.   The number of civil and religious marriages in Quebec In 2018, 22,800 marriages were celebrated in Quebec, 83 fewer marriages than in 2017. 97% of the marriages united a man…

In Quebec, the law provides that spouses retain their respective birth names when they are married (Section 393 of the Civil Code). It has therefore not been possible to change your name after a religious or civil marriage since 1981. However, in exceptional circumstances the Registrar of Civil Status may grant authorization for a married…

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