Justice of the Peace,
​State of Connecticut

(203) 744-1949

     

       jp@eileencoladarci.com

Danbury, CT 06810 

A few words about Me

New rules for marriage licenses during this crisis. April 1, 2020 - and no April's Fool!
Governor Lamont’s Executive Order No. 7I made a modification of the requirement that marriage licenses be obtained in the town where the marriage will be celebrated: extension of marriage license validity. Section 46b-24 of the Connecticut General Statutes is modified to allow any couple planning to marry in a town in which the office of the Registrar of Vital Statistics is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic to obtain their marriage license from any available Registrar of Vital Statistics from any town within the State; and to extend the sixty-five (65) day period of validity for marriage licenses for an additional sixty (60) days for any marriage license that is obtained or that will expire during the declared public health and civil preparedness emergency.
Danbury City Hall is now closed and the Town Clerk's office will not be issuing marriage licenses until the public will again have access to City Hall. 

Make a deposit to hold your date. Please provide name and date at jp@eileencoladarci.com


Please note the deposit is non-refundable

Welcome to my website!

Eileen Coladarci was appointed as a Justice of the Peace in Danbury, CT in 2009 and enjoys being a part of a couple's special day. 

To be married by Eileen, you will need a Marriage License from the Town in which you are getting married in. You will need a valid Photo ID (driver's license or passport). 

A Marriage License is valid for 65 days. (You must get married within 65 days of applying for your license.) Click here for frequently asked questions.

Both parties must sign the Marriage License and take an oath in the presence of the Town Clerk or Assistant Town Clerk. In certain Connecticut towns, a couple may go in separately, but most towns want you to apply for the license together. Danbury offers an online application. Check the Town's website to see if this service is available.

Eileen Coladarci

My last 2 wedding for this year were on March 17

(congratulations my friends!).

The scheduled wedding for May 5 has canceled.

If you do want me to perform a ceremony, either on a certificate already issued or obtained from another town, I will take proper percations and will mail any completed licenses into the office for registration rather than hand delivering them.

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