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Once you have attained your Marriage License from your County Clerk you may schedule a Civil Marriage Ceremony to be performed the same day at the County Clerk by a Judge or Court Representative for a minimal fee of $30.00 (this fee may vary from State or County).

Witnesses?

A certified officiant, notary public, judge, or clergy is required to sign your marriage license in the presence of at least two witnesses for your marriage to be official. In most cases, the court may provide and/or serve as one (1) witness, so be sure to take a witness who is 21 years of age.

Legal Documents Needed

In order to attain your Marriage License, it is important to gather the following legal documents in order to expedite your license without delay.  Be sure to check that all of your documents are active and not expired!

 

  • Your Premarital Course Certificate

  • Two forms of Photo ID's (passport, driver's license, state identification, etc..) 

  • Divorce Papers - Dissolution of Marriages  (in some cases some counties will only require the date of the previous divorce(s)

Marriage License Requirements:

As long as you meet the criteria below, you should be granted a marriage license in the county that you apply for. You do not need to live in the county to receive a marriage license there. Remember that marriage licenses are only valid for 90 days.

  1. Couples are required to take a premarital course before applying for their marriage license. This will help the participating parties prepare for marriage, and help avoid the pitfalls of divorce. This course will give the couple a discount on their Florida marriage license and eliminate the customary 3-day waiting period.
     

  2. Once the participating parties are ready to apply for the marriage license, it is important that they make sure that they have proof of identity, age, and residency. Both individuals must be at least 18 years old and show some form of identification (state driver's license, state ID, or passport).

    You may also get a head start by filing for your marriage license electronically on your
    county's Kiosk online. 

     

  3. Both individuals bound by this relationship must be present to receive their marriage license. Plan a date and time that you can both commit to going to the nearest location where marriage licenses are authorized. Search for your county to find one of the locations.

  4. Make sure you present your original "certificate of completion" to your County Clerk before attaining your marriage license this will secure the waiving of your 3-Day waiting period, and grant you your thirty percent (30%) discount off your marriage license. 
     

  5. Do not present to your County Clerk any certified copies of your certificate for this will certainly guarantee delays, all marriage license fees vary according to each county. 
     

Same-Day Court Civil Wedding:
 

Once you have attained your Marriage License from your County Clerk you may schedule a Civil Marriage Ceremony to be performed the same day at the County Clerk by a Judge or Court Representative for a minimal fee of $30.00 (this fee may vary from county to county).  Learn More >


Take a minute to gather any of the following information:

The United States Driver's License, Passport, State Provided Identification Card, Residence Card.

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Court Civil Wedding Ceremony

Once you have attained your Marriage License from your County Clerk you may schedule a Civil Marriage Ceremony to be performed the same day at the County Clerk by a Judge or Court Representative for a minimal fee of $30.00 (this fee may vary from county to county).

 

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Call us at:

954-591-8723 or 786-529-4266