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|Specializing in Beach WeddingsConventional and Alternative NuptualsPrivate and Public Ceremonies
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| In order to get married in Florida, couples must obtain a marriage license. The documents required for a marriage license include a valid government-issued photo identification card such as a passport, driver's license, birth certificate or permanent green card. If you have been previously married, the county clerk will also require you to provide the date of your divorce or the date of the death of your previous spouse. If you have only been divorced for thirty days or less, the county clerk will require that you submit a certified copy of the divorce decree or the death certificate of your spouse.
A Florida marriage license is valid for 60 days. There is a new policy according to Florida Statute 741.0306 that an engaged couple who completes a state-sanctioned marriage preparation course will not have to wait three days after obtaining their marriage license before marrying. A couple who completes the course will also receive a discount on the $93.50 fee (In Duval County, the fee for a marriage license is $93.50, but if both parties have taken a premarital class with a registered premarital course provider the fee is reduced to $61.00.). This marriage preparation course outlines the rights, responsibilities and duties of a husband and wife to each other, their children and both their obligations if they divorce. Click here to view a complete list of Marriage Course Providers [opens new window].
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| This is not a wedding-planner service. I am just one part of the ceremony. If needed, I will refer/recommend you to any service I do not provide. For cost of services - feel free to contact me. Thank you and have a wonderful day!
Reverend Mother Erin Teresa
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