Kansas Marriage Records Search
Kansas marriage records are not open to the public at the state level and can only be accessed by the registrant, immediate family members, a legal representative or persons proving a direct interest. At the county level, Kansas marriage records are not confidential and accessible by the public.
For marriage records since May 1, 1913 to the present, copies of Kansas marriage certificates are available for purchase from both the Kansas Office of Vital Statistics and the Clerk of the District Court's office in the county where the marriage license was issued. Marriage records prior to May 1913 are only available directly from the County Clerk of the District Court.
Certified copies of Kansas marriage certificates are available by mail order for $15 with a check or money order made payable to the Kansas Vital Statistics, along with a photocopy of current government issued photo ID, a self-addressed stamped envelope and a completed application sent to the following address:
Office of Vital Statistics
Curtis State Office Building
1000 SW Jackson Street, Suite 120
Topeka, KS 66612-2221
Tel: (785) 296-1400
You may also go to the Kansas Office of Vital Statistics in person to request a certified copy of a Kansas marriage certificate.
Online ordering and telephone ordering is not available directly from the state.
For information on ordering from a specific Kansas county, please see the links below or try an instant national background check below to search for available marriage records and other public records information.