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Andrew Levine
Justice of the Peace

Joining happy Boston and Merrimack Valley area couples since 2015

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Who I Am

I've been officiating weddings since 2015 when my good friends couldn't decide whose bridal party I should be in. They asked me to officiate, which put me right in the middle. That got me started, and I've been solemnizing weddings for old friends and new ones ever since. I became a Justice of the Peace in 2018, and it has been a joy to meet and marry so many wonderful couples. 

It is my goal to help you have exactly the wedding ceremony that would be most special for you. I help couples choose the readings and reflections they want for the service, and I can incorporate whatever religious or family traditions you want included.

To book, call or email me at the contact information below. I look forward to talking to you about officiating your wedding!

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Andrew was so accommodating, welcoming and patient from the minute we reached out. His demeanor, tone and execution were flawless and we couldn't have gotten more lucky than to have had him marry us!

Aditi and Husrav

Andrew made our wedding day so special, and he helped us find the perfect readings and reflections to make it exactly the ceremony we wanted.

Jessie and Gina

We were so happy with every single thing about the day, and Andrew made it all possible! We eloped at the beginning of the pandemic and it was a truly magical day!

Jess and Navil

We couldn't have asked for a better officiant for our wedding! Andrew went above and beyond to help make our day special, and he was so thoughtful in writing a script that was perfect for us.

Bobby and Lynne

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Lowell, MA


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“We’re all a little weird. And life is a little weird. And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutually satisfying weirdness—and call it love—true love.””

Robert Fulghum

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