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Jefferson County Marriage Records

Sometimes, before a person could claim the rights and obligations as well as the privileges and responsibilities that come with marriage, it is necessary that a person should first prove the existence of the marriage, because such rights and obligations that are being claimed are, more likely than not, exclusive to married couples. The best way to prove the existence of something would be to present the official record of that something, and for marriage, the official record is something called a marriage record, and Jefferson County Marriage Record is an example of such a marriage record.

Marriage Records Jefferson County is often integral evidence in proceedings involving family law, an example of which would be adoption proceedings, proceedings in relation to succession and legitimacy of children, and even divorce proceedings. This, of course, does not mean that such records could only be used in such proceedings. Indeed, these records could also be used in proceedings that are outside family law matters, and even in proceedings and transactions that involve only private interest such as proceedings involving social security and pension benefits. This is most true when it comes to a spouse claiming the pension of his or her spouse who is already deceased.

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When one takes this into consideration, it is easy to see why knowing where copies of such records may be obtained is important. Copies of Jefferson County Marriage License Records may be obtained from two sources, and the first would be at the county or local level. At this level, the search would have to be conducted at the office of the county clerk who is also the official custodian and recorder of all public records. the procedure that is followed at this level is to request for the records in person, and this would mean that the person making the request would first have to go to the office and make the request there. Although somewhat inefficient, note that records requested are typically made available at the same day that they are requested for. Of course, the searcher would still have to go to the office of the clerk of court and make the request there.

Florida Marriage License Public Record is also available from the state or national level sources. At this level, the Office of Vital Records of the Florida Department of Health is the department concerned, and the procedure that is followed at this level is to make the request through mail. This means that the proper forms would first have to be downloaded and accomplished, before sending them to the office for processing. The required fee, which must accompany the accomplished application form in the form of either a money order or a check, is five dollars for the first copy of the record requested, plus an additional four dollars for every additional copy of the same record requested at the same time.

Online databases constitute another source of marriage records, and because these databases are online, they could be used from just about anywhere where there is an internet connection. Of course, these databases are privately owned and maintained, but despite this, they could present substantially the same information as the government, albeit using a platform that is faster, more efficient, and charges the most minimum of fees to use.

Marriage Records Jefferson County
Given below is the procedure that must be followed when requesting for records at the office of the county clerk

  • At the records division of the office of the county clerk, inform the clerk on duty of your intention to request for copies of records.
  • The clerk would give you a form which you must accomplish. The questions at the form would help narrow down the search, so try to answer as accurately as possible.
  • Using the answers that you had provided, the clerk would use their database and attempt to locate the records that you want.
  • The clerk would show you the results of the search. From the results, select the record that you want.
  • The clerk would produce the same record that you had indicated. Make sure that this is the record that you want before requesting that copies of the same be made.
  • Pay the required fee before you claim the copies of the record that you want.

Jefferson County Marriage License Records

With regards to requests for marriage records, the following links should be of further assistance

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