Feb 24, 2012

Marriage in the State of Florida.

If you live in Florida or are visiting the state you may be married by a Notary Public. There are only four states in the union that allow this. Florida, South Carolina, Maine and one parish in Louisiana.

A marriage in the state of Florida is defined as a legal union between one man and one woman. It is a civil contract in which a man and woman enter into mutually.

In order for a marriage to be legally valid there are several fundamental requirements. The first one being Age a marital license cannot be issued to any person under the age of 18. Number two would be Mental Capacity the couple must comprehend the nature of the marriage contract. Number three Consent this is simply the consent of both parties that they want to marry of their own free will. There is no blood test required in the state of Florida for a marriage license to be issued. And a marriage in the state of Florida must be authorized by a Florida marriage license which may be obtained at the circuit clerk's office. If you are planning to marry in the state of Florida there are many beautiful sites and beaches that can accommodate you. Contact your local Notary Public I'm sure they will have the necessary information and will be glad to accommodate you.

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