The first of two Kansas marriage licenses that will be issued in the state are now available for review.
But while the process is pretty simple, many in Kentucky are worried about the potential for abuse.
According to the state’s attorney general, the new licenses could lead to a spike in marriage fraud.
Kentucky is the first state in the nation to begin issuing marriage licenses for same-sex couples, and it has set a number of new guidelines for the process.
The first step is to get a certified copy of the marriage license.
Then you have to fill out an online form, and that’s when it gets really complicated.
The attorney general’s office has already issued a series of warnings and guidelines for those who want to file a petition to get their marriage license changed.
But that process has a long way to go.
For example, if a person files a petition within a week of filing their petition, the clerk will not issue the marriage licenses.
So while a petition can be filed in a few hours, there is a very long time between when the clerk first issues the license and when the person is issued the license.
If you think that this will happen more quickly in the future, Kentucky has a lot of work ahead of it.
It will take several months to complete the first wave of licenses.
And it’s going to be a big challenge for some couples who are getting married soon.
“It’s not just the first couple, but I think it will be a lot more challenging to get your marriage license before you can get married, because the clerk has to look at a lot longer time frame for the licenses to be valid,” said David M. Johnson, a professor of law at the University of Louisville who has studied the process and how it’s being handled.