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Flagler County Marriage Records

The status of a person is something that would follow him or her no matter where he or she may go. It is this status that determines some rights and obligations that would only be available to the person because of said status. The state of being married is a status that attaches some rights and obligations to a person, thus, it is important to know if a person is married or not, especially if said person is claiming some rights that are correlative with being married. Often, the best way to determine whether or not something exist is through the use of public records, and marriage records, such as Flagler County Marriage Records, are but one form of public records that are supposed to be available to the public at all times.

As they are public records, Marriage Records Flagler County are supposed to be available to the public at all times. Often, these records are used in public proceedings such as cases involving debts and ownership of property. They are considered to be documents of great importance in cases involving family law such as adoption and name change petitions. They are also of great importance when the proceeding is something that involves benefits, especially when the person who is entitled to the benefit is actually deceased and the spouse is the one claiming the benefit.

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Their importance in both public and private setting means that there must be several sources where copies of Flagler County Marriage License Records may be obtained, and indeed, there are several sources where such copies may be obtained. At the local or county level, the office that has custody of these records would be the office of the clerk of courts, who is also the official custodian of all public records within the county. To obtain a copy of a marriage certificate from this venue, the searcher would personally have to go to the office of the clerk of court and make the request there. Although this would mean actual presence at the office, the procedure is actually quite fast given that the records would be made available at the same day that the request is made.

Florida Marriage Records may also be obtained from the state level through the Office of Vital Records of the Florida Department of Health. A request for records at this venue is done through mail, which means that the person making the request would first have to download the request form from the website of the department and fill the same up before sending it to the office for processing. The processing time takes anywhere between four to six weeks. Note that when the application form is sent to the office, it must be accompanied by a money order or check to answer for the required fee of five dollars for the first record, plus four dollars for every extra copy of the same record that would be requested at the same time.

Another source of marriage records, albeit an unofficial one, would be online databases. Online databases provide substantially the same information as the various government offices and agencies, but they do so using the internet, which means that they could provide answers to queries in a faster and more efficient manner. They are also internet searches, which mean that they could be done from just about anywhere where there is a substantial internet connection.

Marriage Records Flagler County
Given below is the procedure that must be followed when requesting for records at the local level

  • At the office of the clerk of courts, locate their records division and make your request there.
  • The clerk on duty would hand you a request form which you must then fill up.
  • Once you had accomplished the form, submit it back to the clerk who would then begin to process the same.
  • Usually, the form could be located within the same day, but if this is not possible, you would be informed when you could return to look at the record.
  • If the record is available already, you would be shown the same so that you could make sure that this is indeed the record that you want.
  • You could then request for a copy of the record. You must pay the required copying fee before you could claim the copy of the record.

Flagler County Marriage License Records

Other pertinent information that may be of some assistance may be accessed through the following links

  • Flagler County
  • Clerk of Courts
  • Library
  • Seventh Judicial Circuit
  • Florida Department of Health
  • Florida Office of Vital Records
  • Center for Disease Control Where to Write