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Lafayette County Marriage Records

Marriage records, such as Lafayette County Marriage Records, are the official records of the existence of a marriage. The fact of divorce does not change the existence of the marriage, thus, even if the couple had divorced, there are still some residual rights and obligations that would flow from the marriage, and often, these could be claimed by everyone around the world, because marriage is something that follows the couple no matter where they may go, alone or together. Marriage records are, thus, important, for they prove something that would bind the whole world, and the existence of the same must first be proven before some rights and obligations could be claimed.

Like all marriage records, Marriage Records Lafayette County could be used for a number of proceedings. Such proceedings are not limited to mere public proceedings, although such records are of great importance when it comes to public proceedings involving family law such as proceedings in relation to adoption, succession, claims of legitimacy, and divorce proceedings. Of course, such records may also be used in other public proceedings where the existence of a valid marriage is relevant and must be proven. In the private sphere, such records are used in proceedings where the existence of the marriage would entitle the person claiming something to that which they are claiming, such as pension and social security benefits.

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It is thus important to know where one could obtain copies of Lafayette County Marriage License Records, and the first source would be the Office of the County Clerk. As the official custodian and f all public records within the county, the county clerk should have a copy of all public records. unfortunately, the procedure that is being followed here would require the searcher to personally go to the office of the clerk and make the request there, but note that requests in person are actually faster because the records would be made available at the same day. It is just that the person would have to go to the office of the clerk to make the request, and sometimes, this is not possible given the distance and time.

State of Florida Marriage Records are also available from the Office of Vital Records of the Florida Department of Health, and the procedure that is being followed here is to make the request through mail. This would mean that the proper form would first have to be downloaded and accomplished before being sent to the office for processing, a process that takes anywhere between four to six weeks. Of course, a money order or check should accompany the application form, to answer for the required fee which is five dollars for the first record requested, plus an additional four dollars for every additional copy of the same record that would be requested for at the same day.

Another source of marriage records would be online databases that, while unaffiliated with the government, could provide basically the same information as the various government departments. Using the internet, these online databases could provide the results faster and more efficiently. They may also be used from just about anywhere where there is a substantial internet connection.

Marriage Records Lafayette County
At the office of vital records, the procedure that must be followed is given below

  • From the website of the Office of Vital Records, procure the necessary form
  • Accomplish the form. Note that all blanks must be filled.
  • Make a money order or check to answer for the required fee and attach the same to the application form.
  • Send the application form and all other requirements to the office for processing.
  • Wait between four to six weeks for the records to be sent to you

Lafayette County Marriage License Records

Questions and queries may be directed to the authorities through the following links

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