As the Covid-19 virus continued to impact the health of many people around the globe, and more restrictions were implemented by governments all over the world, cupid did not stop targeting the hearts of those meant to be officially engaged and married.
Separated couples in love and ready to take the next step: official commitment to the one they love, found an alternative in what it has been known for decades as "Proxy Marriage."
"Proxy Marriage" is a process that allows couples to get married without being physically present. During the process, the couple fills out paperwork such as the known "Affidavit in Support of Proxy Marriage" and other documents required by the Law Office that will be representing the couple in a civil court. After getting the Affidavit notarized, it is sent, along with the rest of the Proxy Marriage package to the law office assisting the couple.
To some people, Proxy Marriage may seem like a horror process due to the fact that many people are very much into their faith and what their faith requires when it comes to the Sacrament of Marriage. However, Covid-19 has kept many people apart for a long time, and couples just want to get marriage and officially commit to one another. Proxy Marriage has been popular among young adults since the pandemic impacted air transportation, government buildings, and the offices that people used to w