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Jesse Jones investigates a marriage license mix-up

A local woman’s husband died, but then she learned they were never legally married -- even though the ceremony was presided by a judge at the King County Courthouse.

A local woman’s husband died, but then she learned they were never legally married — even though the ceremony was presided by a judge at the King County Courthouse.

“He was my soulmate, he was my husband,” she said. “And I’m entitled to those benefits.”

The problem is, a mountain of paperwork and even their wedding video was not enough to prove they were married.

Attorneys told Jesse Jones this is a case as puzzling as they’ve ever seen.

Jesse Jones took on her fight so she could get the benefits she desperately needs.

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