Monday, July 25, 2011


Did you know that Florida is one of only four states that you may be married by a notary public. The other three are South Carolina, Maine, and one parish in Louisiana. In most other states, this duty is limited to the judiciary or municipal clerks.A marriage is a legal union of one man and one woman as husband and wife. It is a civil contract by which man and woman contract with each other to live their lives together in a union which exists between husband and wife.

There are many different types of marriage such as the normal ceremonial marriage, common-law marriage and married by proxy. The traditional marriage is a form in which a notary will act as the officiant.

In most cases a marriage license cannot be issued to a person under the age of 18 without written permission from his or her parents or legal guardian.

When a marriage license is issued there is normally an effective date on it when the ceremony can be performed usually within three days. In most cases a marriage license is obtained from the circuit court clerk. The Florida marriage license cannot be used outside the state. The license is void if not used in 60 days. A marriage license issued by another state is not valid in Florida.

There is no law in Florida that mandate any specific language protocol or procedure for use in the performance of a marriage ceremony. If acceptable to all parties the traditional written ceremony can be utilized.

So if you would like to have your wedding to take place in the state of Florida call the number above.

They have different plans from a formal wedding to an informal wedding which can be held in the beautiful beaches in Central Florida. Just contact now! They will be happy to assist you.

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