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#61 astef

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    Posted 28 June 2011 - 03:55 PM

    Lasallebabe - I contacted him through ryork@codetel.net.do very recently :) Good luck!


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    #62 Lasallebabe

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      Posted 29 June 2011 - 11:41 AM

      Awesome....thank you!

       

      Originally Posted by astef 

      Lasallebabe - I contacted him through ryork@codetel.net.do very recently :) Good luck!



       



      #63 Danz

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        Posted 07 July 2011 - 01:20 PM

        Has anyone used Pastor York for the ceremony and had the judge come after to sign? I am just curious how it works. Does the judge have to say anything or is it a matter of him signing papers? Can he just show up anytime before or after the ceremony? We have Pastor York booked for our January 2012 wedding, but would like it to be legalized by the judge if possible. Is the judge hard to get? How far in advance do you have to book him? Also how much of a hassle is the paper work/legalization process?



        #64 torilynnsmith

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          Posted 07 July 2011 - 06:17 PM

          Pastor York only does symbolic ceremonies not legal ceremonies.  You would have to communicate with your WC to ensure that the judge can make it legal f they dont perform the ceremony.  I don't think it is possible but you may as well look into it!!!

           

          Good luck!

          Originally Posted by Danz 

          Has anyone used Pastor York for the ceremony and had the judge come after to sign? I am just curious how it works. Does the judge have to say anything or is it a matter of him signing papers? Can he just show up anytime before or after the ceremony? We have Pastor York booked for our January 2012 wedding, but would like it to be legalized by the judge if possible. Is the judge hard to get? How far in advance do you have to book him? Also how much of a hassle is the paper work/legalization process?



           



          #65 spaterson

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            Posted 12 July 2011 - 07:12 AM



            The couples I've spoken with who have done this met with the judge earlier in the day to do the legal portion then had Pastor York officiate the actual ceremony. So technically they were married after the judge had them sign but theny they were married symbollically in front of their family and friends that same day.

            Originally Posted by torilynnsmith 

            Pastor York only does symbolic ceremonies not legal ceremonies.  You would have to communicate with your WC to ensure that the judge can make it legal f they dont perform the ceremony.  I don't think it is possible but you may as well look into it!!!

             

            Good luck!



             



             



            #66 spaterson

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              Posted 12 July 2011 - 07:14 AM

              Just received the ceremony selections from Pastor York and I love them! I think we are going to tweek them a little bit but overall they rock!!!



              #67 torilynnsmith

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                Posted 12 July 2011 - 07:17 AM

                They are great!!!!!! I think if you were going to be married by the judge earlier in the day it would make sense to simply get married at home and alleviate all the stress of having to translate documents etc.  Just my opinion!

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                #68 Danz

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                  Posted 12 July 2011 - 12:24 PM


                  Yes, I agree it would be much easier and less stressful (not to mention much cheaper) to do it at home before going down. We will more then likely be doing that. My WC told me that the DR is the most expensive country to do a legal marriage in. Not sure if that is true or not? Any other brides find it super expensive?
                   

                  Originally Posted by torilynnsmith 

                  They are great!!!!!! I think if you were going to be married by the judge earlier in the day it would make sense to simply get married at home and alleviate all the stress of having to translate documents etc.  Just my opinion!



                   



                  #69 spaterson

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                    Posted 20 July 2011 - 11:05 AM

                    Looking through all the requirements it does seem pretty expensive. My fiancee and I are getting married the morning we fly out. We sign the papers and then hop on the plane! Yipee!!!



                    #70 Lasallebabe

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                      Posted 21 July 2011 - 08:11 AM

                      I had originally heard back from Pastor York that he was not available on my wedding day....I asked if I could be put on a 'stand-by" list and low and behold he just contacted me and my date has now come open....yeah oh yeah oh yeah.....crossing fingers and toes does help I guess! LOL






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