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My girlfriend and I need to save money for our wedding ceremony

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My girlfriend and I need to save money for our wedding ceremony and we thought it would be easier to move in together first to save money. My question: is it possible to have a marriage license beyond sixty days in order to plan and save for a wedding ceremony a year or two later?
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Welcome and thank you for your question I am an attorney with more than 25 years of experience and I look forward to providing you true and correct information in this regard.

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Unfortunately, there is no process for a waiver of the 60 days. Once it expires, if you have not married you will need to pay the fee to have another one issued.

Congratulations and good luck
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Thank you for your swift response. My follow up question is will we be able to live together legally if we do not have a marriage license?

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Of course, you can co-habitate

North Carolina, however, does not recognize Common Law marriage. So there is no marriage. You are simply living together.
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