Step one : go to any circuit court clerk's office.
Step two : complete the application form.
Step three: the applicant must take an oath that the information on the application is true.This oath may be given by a notary or the court clerk.
Step four: issuing of the marriage license.
The last step is the solemnization of the marriage. In Florida this may be done by the circuit court clerk,or a notary public,or any ordained minister.
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