It is the duty of the Union County Clerk to record and preserve all land records which include but are not limited too; deeds, resolutions, ordinances and marriage licenses.
Staff in this office MAY NOT fill out forms or offer such direction to the public. New Mexico County employees are prohibited from giving LEGAL ADVISE.
Our office is not licensed or bonded to conduct detailed real estate searches. Please contact a local Abstract or Title Company. The Union County Clerk's Office will not assume liability for searches conducted by others.
To obtain a marriage license both parties must be present and be 18 years of age or older. Sufficient ID must be provided such as driver's license, birth certificate or passport to satisfy the identity and qualifications to receive a marriage license. Anyone under the age of 18 shall first receive the written consent of each of the minor's parents as shown on the minor's birth certificate or a judicial authorization by the district court upon request of a parent or legal guardian is presented to the county clerk. Fee for marriage license is $25.00.
The duties of the County Clerk’s Office are established in the New Mexico Constitution and fall under four main areas:
Recorder of the county, on behalf of the Board of County Commissioners.
Chief election officer responsible for administration of elections for the county.
Clerk of the Probate Court in handling informal proceedings only.
Miscellaneous duties such as those of notary public, administration of oaths, certification of acknowledgment, declarations, instruments and protests.
County Fee Schedule (pdf)Download
Marriage License Information (pdf)Download
Probate Information (pdf)Download
2022 Primary Election Proclamation-Spanish (pdf)Download
2022 Primary Election Proclamation -English (pdf)Download
2022-Primary-Candidate-Guide 1.5 (pdf)Download
2022 Primary Notice of Election (pdf)Download
Drop Box Notice (pdf)Download