If you were divorced within the last two years, you may have to provide written proof of the final dissolution. If your divorce was over two years ago, you may not need to provide written proof but
you will need to provide the date of the final dissolution. If you are concerned about sharing this information, you can apply for a confidential license. Here is a link to read more: http://rrcc.lacounty.gov/clerk/marriages.cfm. Good luck and congratulations!
The information you provide on your license is provided by you attesting to the fact that the information is true and correct under penalty of perjury. Don't lie by failing to disclose requested information. Why would your wife's parents have to see what is on your marriage license?
You will be submitting the marriage license form under penalty of perjury. It's not a good idea of provide false information.
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