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Old 12-14-2004, 10:19 PM
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Since you are in texas it would have to be by proxy. Which means he fills out the papers and has someone stand in for him on the day yall choose. Look in the texas thing and you can find all the info you need.
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Many people do not understand the love Keith and I share. They are amazed the Dedication and love we share daily. When we were married April 30th, many wondered if I had knocked my head and became insane. Yes, they are correct,I am insanely in love with my wonderful husband. I'm not going to lie, it gets lonely and frustrating,I know it will be worth it in the long run. Keith is my best friend, he is my savior sent from above. Our wedding,short and simple to most, but a dream sent to us. I couldn't stop crying. No we didn't spend anytime together physically, but in our mind we created the best honeymoon ever. In fact we are still honeymooning. I pray every day that the state of North Carolina will allow family visits. But until then, we will be together in our minds and hearts.

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My baby and me want to get married but hes in there for being a violent offender its a very very long and complicated story but i heard that because of what happend we might not be able to get married but some one told me that we can talk to his parole officer and he might be able to do something. has anyone been in my situation?????? PLEASE HELP
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ronniesgirl yes you can get married as for family visits it depends i would have to know the back ground... if you love him and are willing to put in the time with him i say go for it... and also thanks to all those who have posted on my little thread..

just to let you all know i just got back from my family visit i hope you all have a great new year... love elizabeth
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It's always such an encouragement to read your stories in here, and I thought I'd offer some thoughts from a not so newly-wed. David and I just celebrated our first wedding anniversary this past Christmas Eve, and let me tell you ladies. This first year of wedded bliss was up and down, but we've found that the greatest asset to our courtship and subsequent marriage has been good communication. This season of our lives when our men are still behind the fence is an excellent time to walk through all the many situations that will face us when he comes home. I would urge you all to make sure you're open and honest, encourage your guys, and find ways to take good care of yourself at the same time. We've laughed, cried, had one or two major discussions, and are always the stronger for it! It's alternately the hardest thing I've ever done, and the best. Marrying an inmate is a hard life... but its rewards are eternal... if you stay strong to your committments, even when these happy feelings are fading... trust me. They'll come back, and be stronger than ever. Good luck to all of you just beginning this walk!! My hearts' best to you and yours!!
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my fiance and i are wanting to marry before he comes home, he is in a GA prison, does anyone know what steps we should do first, he still has 20 months, and he doesnt want to wait.
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I'm having one of "those" days! It's cold, raining and all I can think about is my husband. We were married November 2004 at ECI in MD. No conjugal visits in MD. We got to spend about an hour for the ceremony and then we were able to go to the visiting room for a regular visit (half wall between us). They only do weddings on Saturdays and the property room was closed so they had to take his ring until Monday so it could be properly registered to him. I didn't really have time for it to sink in that I was married until I got home (I live 400+ miles from the prison). At least I've known my husband since 1992 and I did have old memories to think about. It's still difficult some days...like today. I can only sit here and wish the days away until he gets to come home. He wants to renew our vows when he comes home and we've talked about having some kind of reception and definately talked about going away somewhere secluded for our honeymoon. As it looks right now, We have about 22 1/2 months to wait. It's been nine years so 22 1/2 months will be a breeze! LOL I just want to add that I am very proud to be his wife and I would do it all over again in a heartbeat!
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i too felt like the luckiest girl in the world the day i married my husband. i still do. i feel very blessed to have my husband in my life as my husband. luckily when i got married i was around a good friend who spent the rest of the day with me, then that night my husband actually called me. there are a lot of highs and lows that come along with being his wife, i guess just like it is in any relationship. i love my husband with all my heart. with lots of prayer, love, and dedication i will remain strong...so will you.
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My sweetie wanted to get married to me while he is in prison. I wanted to do it because we are practically married anyway. I told him that i wasnt turning him down. But that i wanted to wait until he got out because i said that it would just be "right" to do it that way. I felt so bad telling him that. But i also thought about marring him in the visiting room and then going home, by my self, and then going to bed, by my self. He totally respected that and said that it was going to be alright. its hard but you just gotta keep your head up girl. After all u did marry the man of your dreams.
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I felt the same way when we got married. It was the happiest/yet saddest day of my life! We've only been married two weeks, so I still have my highs and lows. I know we'll have our "real" wedding when he comes home, he always assures me of that, but if you think about it too long it can make you crazy knowing you had to go about this way. Nobody dreams of a Marriage by Proxy! Sometimes it doesn't even seem like it's real! I don't feel like a married woman 90% of the time. I haven't even been able to hold or kiss my husband. Our first contact visit will be next month, so I can't wait for that. Maybe then it'll sink in!!
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Default The ABC's of Being a Prison Inmate's Bride

This thread will always be under construction, and will be filled with the basics that every bride of every state will need to know. We will be listing must have ideas to make this day one to remember for the bride and groom.

If you have any ideas that you would like to add, please contact a moderator for this forum.

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Default The first step for marriage no matter what state

No matter if it's State or Federal the first step is always the same. Once you've decided to get married the inmate must request a marriage packet. Most of the time this packet is requested from the Chaplain. You or loved one might also ask if a "letter of intent" is necessary from you. I've seen this vary from facility to facility. A "letter of intent" is a letter from the unincarcerated spouse-to-be stating who you are, you're loved one, DOC #, and a brief statement that you would like to marry your loved one. Some facilities require a brief explanation as to why you want to marry your loved one.

From that point the process can be slightly different from state to state and even prison to prison.

For more information on the process past this point please see our state by state marriage information
http://www.prisontalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=40753

We also have a resource thread that has some very helpful information.
http://www.prisontalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=82658

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Most prisons only allow plain bands. The bands can be gold or silver, but many places have a value limit of the band. Before getting his ring you want to check with your specific prison. The value isn't a state policy in most cases, but a facility policy. I have seen where the limit is two different amounts at two different prisons in the same state. The average limit is around $50.00-$100.00, but again check with the prison you are getting married at.

You will also find some printable ring sizers in the prison wedding resource thread if you are unsure of his ring size.

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This is another thing that is different from county to county. Some counties require birth certificates for both bride and groom. Often times we have our own birth certificate, but we dont have his. It's always a good idea to get started on getting that information as soon as you decide to get married. The last thing any bride wants is the prison to give a wedding date only to find out they need to order something that could take weeks to get. And some states may also require your birth certificates to issue the marriage license.

The process for getting a birth certificate is different from state to state. Some states only take requests from immediate family members as others allow significant others to obtain copies. Listed in the resource forum you will find information to Vital Statistics of all states.

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This is something that maybe isn't required in all states, but it's not something that most wouldn't even think they need. If either of you have been divorced, then you need to find out if your divorce papers will be needed. I know of one state that the papers were required to get the marriage license and another state where the prison needed a copy of both parties divorce papers on file. In some states a copy of the papers is required by both the facility and the State.

If you have been divorced, but dont have copies of the papers then you can get a copy at the county courthouse where the divorce was filed. Most often there will be a per sheet fee. Most counties are online now and copies can be ordered off the internet and either mailed or faxed.

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Default What to Wear

Most prisons dont allow any formal wedding dress. When deciding what to wear its best to be practical and pick something you would or could wear again. Depending what time of the year you are getting may depend on what you want to wear. There are some very cute summer style dresses, but before getting a summer type dress you may want to check your prisons clothing policy. Some prisons allow summer type dresses where other prisons have a sleeve length requirement.

When deciding what to wear you dont have to go with a dress if its not practical for you. Personally dresses arent my thing and since I didnt have much for visiting attire I decided to put together something that I could wear again. I went with a very nice cashmere off white cardigon and black pants. Had my finances allowed me to go a little less practical route I would have some a off white shirt suit

Here are some differant style options. Keep in mind the print on some of them arent what most would pick for a wedding, but the style is very cute.
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Hello everyoneI have read all of the replys to this particular forum and i relate to all of you...now I've been with my man for the last 8 years and we just recently married 2 1/2 weeks ago.....as happy as i was and i'm still very happy....but sadness has a way of creepin up on me at times....its still hard for me to wrap my mind around the fact that i'm married to the man that i've loved since the moment i laid eyes on him.....it tears me up inside everytime i see him and they tell us times up....my heart sinks into my feet and i feel like i've just lost my best friend.....i don't even be out the door five minutes and i start missing him....all i can say is that it doesn't get any easier for me....when go i see him...because the yearning to be with him grows with each passing day...at times it almost seems unbearable....and i feel lost and confused.....but i've managed to stay grounded...because i do have a few people in my corner who supports me wholeheartly.....and its those few that i lean on and i'm so very grateful for.....and so it is
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I know how you feel....we'd been together for a few years before he got locked up but had never made it legal. We got married while he was at county so at least we didn't have to do the proxy thing and he got to see me in my dress and his family and our friends were there. And I got a wedding kiss and everything. And some friends threw me a little wedding reception with a cake and everything that afternoon. But it wasn't the same because he wasn't there. He called me that night but then i had to go to sleep by myself. I love him and I'd do it all over again but it is hard sometimes. Now we're planning our honeymoon for when he gets home. Even though we're not sure when that's gonna be...it helps to make plans. But everytime i look at that ring on my finger or our wedding pictures (even though he's in black and white stripes...LOL) it makes me smile. So its not easy, no one ever said it was...but hang in there cause they're worth it.
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I know what you mean. I remember the day I got married. The facility my husband was in at the time didn't do the ceremonies until after 1 p.m. The visits were over at 2. We didn't really get to spend anytime together after. I remember that night when I was in my hotel room, I was so full of emotions that I started to cry. I was missing him and the fact that I was spending my wedding night alone but at the same time, I was so thankful to god for bringing my husband into my life. I never regretted my decision to get married when I did and if I had it to do all over again, I would. At the time, we said that we would get remarried once he comes home so that we can have a real wedding but after being married to him for almost 3 years now, I've realized that it not where you have the ceremony or the type of ceremony you have, but the fact that you are marrying the person you want to spend the rest of your life and that's all that matters...Yes there are days that I miss him so much that I wonder how I'm going to make it through but then again, everyday is a good day because I have him in my life and I'd rather have him like this for the moment than to not have him at all.....
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I am 4months pregnant and well the Daddy is in Prison here in Mo. He wants us to get maried I don't know we have had it rough before he went . so what are the avantages of being a bride to a prisoner?
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to baby doll 350 you are really deep andi pick up youare a very strong woman I PLAN TO GET MARRIED,SOON, but now he's in the box so we have to wait a year.reading about it has already made me sad I just love him soo soo very much but when I READ ABOUT THE AFTERMATH, I just don't know how I'D DEAL WITH IT BUT YA;LL LADIES ARE TRULY A BLESSING,family and friends don't understand UNCONDITIONAL LOVE.
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Jay and I were together for 5 years through and after high school, we were actual broken up for the 4 years prior to him being locked up....When I got a letter from him. Took me by suprise, but we talked and eventually got back together. No weve been back together since dec 04 and I know now what I knew the first time he proposed in 99, I want to marry this man, I have since I met him 9 years ago. Hes my best friend and my other half. It gets really hard on me when I have to leave him there, and now hes 3 hours away so I can only get over there once a month.,...then the drive home is a killer because Im by myself and all I can think of is him. Well anyways, I went to see him this past sat and he brought up again(weve talked about it before) about us getting married in there. someone else had said something I agree with, and Ive thought about, If its meant to be it can wait till he gets out, but if its meant to be we're going to do it anyways, why not in there.....So I told him to talk to the Chaplin, I think we are going to do it!!! I am really excited, but also scared, I worry about being alone for the next 2 years and about how things will be when he gets out....am I thinking to far into things? I dont know, but I love him and I would be proud to be his wife!!!
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