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Civil Celebrants

Overview

Getting married in Hong Kong has never been easier. A change in the law in 2006 means solicitors, acting as Civil Celebrants, can conduct marriages. Further, the ceremony can take place at any time you wish and in any location of your choice other than a place of worship or Marriage Registry.

A number of our solicitors are qualified Civil Celebrants. We are committed to making your wedding as memorable and enjoyable as possible – a day you and your guests will treasure for years to come. Getting married before a Civil Celebrant not only gives the happy couple more choice over venue, it also becomes easier to tie the knot on auspicious days in the calendar or public holidays.

We accept the filing of Notice of Intended Marriage in which we guide you through the protocols and procedures required for you to get married. Contact us for assistance in making your wedding a truly unique and joyous occasion.

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