You must obtain a Florida Marriage License for Paradise Beach Weddings to perform your marriage ceremony in Florida. You may obtain your license from any county in Florida. The fees paid to the Clerk of the Court for a Florida License is $93.50. This can be reduced can be reduced by up to $32.50 if you complete a licensed Florida pre-marital course. Click here for a list of all Clerks of Courts for all Florida Counties.

The license is valid for 60 days and the marriage may take place anywhere in the State of Florida. The marriage license form must be returned to the Clerk’s Office for recording within ten days after the marriage is performed. A certified copy will be provided by the county (by mail) after the license has been filed and recorded.

Out of State & International Residents

We recommend that you file for your marriage license in Volusia County, where we are located. You will need to pick your license up in person and it is the closest proximity to your wedding event. We are also a smaller county by population so the volume of applicants is not as high as more metropolitan areas. Online application links and addresses are below.

Florida Resident

Bride and Groom must go to clerk of court in State of Florida to obtain/pick-up your marriage license. You may apply online in most counties.

Bride and Groom must have a valid photo identification: a picture ID such as a driver’s license, state ID card, government or military ID card, or valid passport; both parties will also have to provide their Social Security numbers, but do not need to provide their Social Security Cards.

If either party was previously married and divorced, the date of the divorce will be required. If the date of the divorce was within the thirty days prior to the new application for a marriage license, a certified copy of the recorded final order will be required.

Marriage license is valid for 60 days after issuance. You must perform the ceremony of marriage before this 60 days has expired. Blood Tests are not required. There is a 3-day waiting period after issuance of the license before you can get married, unless you have completed the Florida pre-marital course, in which case the waiting period is waived.

Non-Florida Resident (US Citizen)

You may also obtain your Florida Marriage License at any clerk of court in the State of Florida. Click here for a list of all Clerks of Courts for all Florida Counties.

Bride and Groom must have a valid photo identification: a picture ID such as a driver’s license, state ID card, government or military ID card, or valid passport.

There is no waiting period for out of state residents.

If either party was previously married and divorced, the date of the divorce will be required. If the date of the divorce was within the thirty days prior to the new application for a marriage license, a certified copy of the recorded final order will be required.

International Residents

You may also obtain your Florida Marriage License at any clerk of court in the State of Florida. Click here for a list of all Clerks of Courts for all Florida Counties.

Bride and Groom must have a valid photo passport.

If either party is from a foreign country and not a U.S. citizen, alien registration documentation, or other proof which contains an alien registration number is acceptable to obtain a marriage license.

If either party was previously married and divorced, the date of the divorce will be required. If the date of the divorce was within the thirty days prior to the new application for a marriage license, a certified copy of the recorded final order will be required.

There is no waiting period for international residents.

Most international counties require the bride and groom register the license at the local registrar office or government agency, please check with your embassy-consulate or appropriate office.

Volusia County Clerk of Court Info

Volusia County Online Marriage Application

Volusia County Marriage Website Pages

Volusia County Courthouse Locations

Volusia County Courthouse – DeLand
101 North Alabama Avenue
DeLand, FL 32724
(386) 736-5911

Volusia County Courthouse Annex – Daytona Beach
125 East Orange Avenue
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 257-6013

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