Can I be married in the clerk's office?

Yes. Deputy Clerks are authorized and available during normal working hours to perform marriage ceremonies. The fee for this service is determined by Florida Statute and is available on the Fees page.

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1. Who may apply for a marriage license?
2. Where consent is required, is consent of both parents required?
3. Is there a waiting period for issuance of the license?
4. Who are the approved providers of the marriage class in Polk County?
5. Are blood tests and physical exams required?
6. Are there any other requirements?
7. Must I apply for a marriage license in the county where I live?
8. Where can I apply for a marriage license in Polk County?
9. How long is a marriage license valid once it is issued?
10. Who may perform marriage ceremonies?
11. Who is a "regularly ordained minister"?
12. May a marriage be solemnized without a license?
13. When and who should return the license to the clerk?
14. Can I be married in the clerk's office?
15. What is the fee for a marriage license?
16. Can I pay for a marriage license with a personal check?
17. How does the online marriage application service work?
18. Who can use the online marriage application?
19. Why is the online marriage application requiring a social security number?
20. What happens after the online marriage application is submitted?
21. How do I amend information on my marriage license?