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Response to blkmusclmachine (Reply #2)

Sun Jan 4, 2015, 08:45 AM

6. They are ending courthouse weddings, but not the issuing of licenses.

It simply means that all couples will have to obtain their own officiant rather than utilize the convenience of a clerk at the courthouse for the solemnization step of the process.

Because of it's attractiveness as a destination wedding location and the fact that Florida is one of the few states that authorizes notaries public to solemnize marriage, independent officiants abound and are not hard to find at all.

I'm ordained clergy (formerly UU) and would gladly stand across the street from the courthouse and officiate weddings all day long for free this week.

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