While there probably isn't anything that a lawyer could force the RYDC personnel to do per some statute or regulation govering the RYDC, someone may be able to arrange for a marriage ceremony via the phone with the fiancee and an authorized individual (i.e., a minister or probate court judge) on the other end of the phone line. Unfortunately, this isn't something that a lawyer can do much about, if at all. Good luck.
I agree with Mr. Rice. This is going to be up to the administrator of the RYDC. If they are not inclined to allow the marriage to take place on site, and I would be surprised if they did, find out if it can be done by phone and if they would allow that.
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