Ali Roed posted an update 1 week ago
The best way to prove something would be to present evidence and the best evidence is often in the form of a record that is made by the most credible of sources, which would be the records made by the government in accordance to the mandate placed upon them by the law. This is the reason why marriage records like Guam Marriage Records are the best evidence that one could present in order to prove that a marriage truly exists or had existed and that it is valid in the eyes of the law. Of course, the marriage records could not tell anyone anything else aside from the fact that the parties whose names appear upon the face of the record had indeed been married.One may ask why there is a need to prove marriage, and the reason for that would lie in the effects that marriage would have, not upon the parties to the marriage, or at least, not directly, but upon the community as a whole, a community which, theoretically, could mean the whole world. This is because marriage is something that changes the status of a person, and status is something that follows the person no matter where he or she may go and he or she would be bound by the effects of that status until it is modified once more. For a married person, one of the limitations imposed upon him or her by the status of being married is the fact that he or she could not get married to a person who is not his or her spouse.Marriage records are public records, and this means that they are available to the general public at all times, often even if they do not actually have a reason for making the request. Of course, procedures would still have to be followed, though these procedures are often simple enough. Marriage records are also afforded the presumption of regularity, which means that they are under the umbrella of the presumption that they have been executed in accordance with the requirements of the law. This is the reason why the records are prima facie correct as to the contents, and the party who would claim that they are false, or at least outdated, would have the burden of proving that claim.Copies of marriage records are available through the office of vital records and the procedure to be followed would either be to make the request in person or to make the request through mail. Either way, the person who desires the record would first have to obtain and accomplish the request form and it is only the manner with which the accomplished form would be sent to the office that would be different with the two methods of making the request.Of course, copies of Guam Marriage License Records are also available online through the use of online databases. These online databases could provide substantially the same records as those which the official sources could provide, but they do so faster and more efficiently because of the internet-based platform that they are using, in addition to the fact that they could be accessed from just about anywhere where there is an internet connection.