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If I signed a common law marriage affidavit with a public notary I'm a really married in the state of texas

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Yes. In Texas you are married if you are 18, agree to be married, live together, and hold out to the community that you are husband and wife.

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Thank you!!!

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If you BOTH signed a declaration of informal marriage and filed it with the county clerk, then yes.
Or, you can have a commom law marriage as Ms. Lowry outlined for you. She has told you how to have a common law marriage.

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