FAQ

Answers to some of the questions couples ask most often

Wedding Experience – I have been a Justice of the Peace since 1972 and have performed over 125 weddings a year, each one unique and different – touching the hearts of all involved.

Education – I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Northeastern University. I also received Bachelor of Sacred Theology degree from Boston University School of Theology.

Personal Information: I am married, my wife and I have eight children, all adults, finally. We are also fortunate to have eleven grandchildren, "all very good looking and above average."

After graduating from Boston Universty, I served in an inner-city parish where I helped develop a youth and community advocacy program. Following this, I accepted a position with the Massachusetts Trial Court and served as a Probation and Chief probation Officer. Some sixteen years ago along with others I helped found and incorporate a non-profit housing program that provides community based housing with personal care services for serious disabled head-injured persons who are not capable of self preservation. I am now the President/CEO of this group.

Planning for the Wedding Ceremony– I like to meet with couples who are thinking of using my services. It is so helpful to have a face to face meeting. It is not always possible but speaker phones and e-mail are great tools for communication.

YES – I have wedding ceremonies and I am happy to share them. I also help couples fashion their own.

Marriage Licenses – Contact any Town or City Clerk in Massachusetts and they can answer all your questions in this regard. It is not difficult…make sure you leave enough time to apply. The couple must apply together.

What is the cost of the ceremony? – Dependeing on location the fee is either $100.00 or $150.00.

If you think I can help please feel free to be in touch.

 

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