NewHampshireJP.com will travel to your venue or other location to perform your ceremony within the
State of New Hampshire. Justices of the Peace are not restricted to any one particular county or town
in New Hampshire and may travel to perform ceremonies freely. If you desire your ceremony to be in
Massachusetts, we can accommodate your request by filing a non-residency form with the state of
Massachusetts allowing our jurisdiction to carry over to Massachusetts for your ceremony.
Ethics and Values
NewHampshireJP.com understands the importance of your ceremony and upholds a high standard of
personal ethics and values. Your requests are handled with the importance they deserve.
As a couple, you have many options and choices available to you during the creation of your ceremony.
As your Justice of the Peace, I will ask questions about you and your history in order to personalize the
vows used during your ceremony. There are also many standard vows available to use if you are more
comfortable using these as long as you are happy with your selection.
Never be too shy or embarrassed to talk with your Justice of the Peace and discuss the many available
options such as location, dress, and customization of your ceremony. NewHampshireJP.com is here to
help make this day special for your and your family.
Fees for Service
When you contact us for information about performing your ceremony, we will try to gain an understanding
of what you want your ceremony to consist of in order to provide you a fee for our services. Information
such as location, rehearsal, times, and customized ceremonies will help to provide an overall picture.
NewHampshireJP.com will never withhold its service commitment based on couples inability to pay for
services, please contact us to discuss.
Active Military Duty
If you are on active duty in any branch of the United States Military and planning a New Hampshire
wedding please contact us. NewHampshireJP.com will perform your ceremony at a special rate as a
small way of saying "Thank You" for the services and protection you provide. It would be an honor
for us to officiate your ceremony.