How to get a Marriage License in Orange County Florida – Orlando.
Orlando, FL 32801
7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Orange County deputy clerks are authorized to perform marriage ceremonies.
Who Can Apply?
- Any male or female age 18 or older
- Any male or female age 17 with parental or guardian consent. The older party to the marriage cannot be more than 2 years older than the youngest party to the marriage, and a written and signed affidavit must be filed in compliance with F.S. 741.04.
If applicant is a minor, both parents must give consent unless the parents are divorced and the custody and control of the child is placed with one parent. All written consent forms must be notarized. If divorced, the parent must present a certified copy of the divorce papers reflecting that they have full legal custody.
- Completed online eMarriage Application or printed application
- A valid driver’s license, state identification card, passport or military identification
- Social Security number (applies to U.S. residents only)
- Both parties must apply together in person.
- If either party has been married previously, he/she must provide the date the last marriage ended.
- If the couple have children together born in Florida, they must fill out the Affirmation of Children Born in Florida form.
Couples are required by law to read the Family Law Handbook and sign a statement acknowledging that they have done so before applying for the license. The handbook is available in English and Spanish.