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  1. A family member asked her attorney friend in Washington State about me doing a marriage in WA. She said the law is so loosely interpreted that if a couple were married and it later turned out that the person wasn't ordained the marriage would still be considered legal due to the couple's belief that it was an ordained minister. Obviously the paperwork has to be returned to the appropriate entities for validation, but the point is how the state interprets their own laws. I chuckled when I heard that from the attorney.