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Indian River County Marriage Records

Official records are usually the best method of proving the existence of something or someone, and marriage is not exempt from that unwritten rule. The official record of a marriage are marriage records, an example of which would be Indian River County Marriage Records which are public records, and, as such, are supposed to be available to the public at all times and regardless of the circumstance behind the request. The reason that marriage is sometimes required to be proven lies in the fact that there are some rights and obligations that may only be claimed and enforced against a person who is married. It must also be considered that marriage is something that is universally recognized and the status of being married is something that follows the person regardless of where he or she is.

There are several uses for Marriage Records Indian River County. Usually, they are relevant in any proceedings, public or private, where the existence of the marriage is a relevant question that must be proven either by the petitioner or respondent. Such proceedings in the public sphere usually involve family law, but of course, such proceedings are not the only proceedings where such records could be used.

County Marriage Records Indian River

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Thus, it is important to know where copies of Indian River County Marriage License Records may be obtained. One of the sources would be the office of the county clerk. The procedure that is followed at this level would be requesting for the records in person. This means that the person who would want to get copies of the record would first have to go to the office and make his request in person there. This may seem to be inefficient and much of a hassle, but one must remember that requests in person are often faster because the records would usually be made available at the same day that they are requested. Of course, it is possible that the searcher would be asked to return some other day to claim the record.

FL Marriage Records may also be obtained from the Florida Department of Health through the Office of Vital Records. At this level, the procedure is to make the request through mail and would involve the searcher first downloading the required application form from the website of the office and completing the same. The accomplished order form would have to be sent to the office accompanied by either a money order or check to answer for the required fee which is five dollars for the first record, plus an additional four dollars for every copy of the record that would be requested at the same time.

Online databases are another source of records, and this is not limited merely to marriage records. Using the internet, these online databases could provide substantially the same information as the various government offices, albeit they do so using a platform that is not only faster and more efficient, but could also be used from just about anywhere where there is an internet connection. In addition, most of these databases charge only the barest minimum of fees in order to use their services.

Marriage Records Indian River County
Given below are the steps in the procedure followed in the Office of Vital Records

  • From the website of the Office of
  • Vital Records, download the required form
  • Accomplish the required form.
  • Make a money order or check to answer for the required fee and attach the same to the application form.
  • Send the application form to the office of vital records for processing.
  • Wait between four to six weeks for the office to process your request and send you the records that you had requested.

Indian River County Marriage License Records

Other pertinent information, as well as additional procedures and answers to questions may be accessed through the following links

  • Indian River County
  • Clerk of Courts
  • Marriage Licenses
  • Library
  • State Attorney
  • Judicial Circuit
  • Florida Department of Health
  • Florida Office of Vital Records
  • Center for Disease Control Where to Write