Your inmate will need to speak with the prison chaplain to see if he is eligible to get married. Marriage in prison is not available to all inmates. If they are serving a long sentence you might be able to get permission, it is better to wait until they are released to have a really memoriable experience.
My fiance is in Arkansas Valley Correctional Facility in Ordway, CO. We want to get married but don't know how to do it with our situation. Is there a way??? Please help? Thank you.
It is unlikely that they will permit marriage in this facility. You can have your inmate contact the chaplain and request he preside over nuptuals - it is then he will learn what the rules are, and if it is at all possible this is the first step in a way to go about it.
Can an inmate who is in Cloud County Jail in Concordia Kansas get help with getting a divorce so me and him can get married
The married couple will have to make the divorce filings. The County Jail will advise him to wait until he is released. If he is not getting released soon, he will need to file for a Petition of Divorce and have it served to his wife and to the court to get the ball rolling. If he uses a lawyer to take care of this for him, it'll cost a couple hundred bucks.
Probably not. Inmate marriage is usually reserved for long-term offenders. The county jails are not equiped to handle an inmate wedding.
CAN U MARRY A INMATE THAT IS IN WORK RELEASE AT ALEX CITY WORK RELEASE IF HE SCHEDULE TO COME HOME IN DECEMBER OF 2017
Probably not. Inmate marriages are usually for inmates with a long sentence. He's getting out soon, have a real wedding in a real church.
Your inmate has to fit the profile of what the facility will permit in the way of a marriage. We suggest having them contact their counselor and/or chaplain to get the specifics. If they have a long sentence, there is a chance but if it's short they will never allow it.
The only inmates allowed to get married are ones with long sentences and good behavior. It sounds like your inmate is just starting the process. If he's eligible for a bond that means he has most probably not been sentenced
Getting married in the prison is not granted to all inmates. For instance, short-timers never usually get an approval. Your inmate would have to qualify for the privilege. The candidate for marriage is a long time sentence with good behavior in a prison system that permits it. To start the process, have your inmate meet with the chaplain to see if he qualifies and go from there.
Can a person that is not family to the inmate go visit him to jail... Also can documentation be taken inmate at visit..and how many people can visit
You should contact the visitation staff at the facility to get the exact procedure, but in almost all cases, you do NOT need to be a family member. But there is an approval process and as long as you do not have a felony on your record, you will get permission to see them.
Yes, we have seen inmates in federal prison be granted a wedding. Under the right circumstances this can be done. There are some strict guidelines, you should have your inmate talk to his Unit Team Manager and find out what the requirements are. Obviously the inmate would have to have an impeccible record and the length of sentence has bearing on their willingness to allow this privilege.