01 November 2018
FLORIDA KEYS – Applying for a marriage license is a relatively simple procedure in Florida’s Monroe County, or the Florida Keys & Key West.
 
Applicants must be at least 18 years old to marry. Couples under 18 should contact the county clerk’s office for legal requirements.
 
A valid photo identification with date of birth — such as a driver’s license, passport, student or military ID, or foreign registration card — is required.
 
Once obtained, the license must be used within 60 days. Couples marrying in Monroe County can obtain a marriage license anywhere in Florida.
 
Current cost of the license is $86, with a discount for Florida residents who show proof of premarital class attendance.
 
The Monroe County Clerk of Court has three convenient Florida Keys locations.
 
Offices are in Key West at the Key West Courthouse, 500 Whitehead St.; in Marathon at the Marathon Branch Courthouse, 3117 Overseas Highway or mile marker 48.5 oceanside; and on Plantation Key at the Upper Keys Government Center, 88820 Overseas Highway or mile marker 88.5 gulfside.
 
For additional required details, visit clerk-of-the-court.com or call 305-292-3458 in Key West; 305-289-6027 in Marathon; or 305-852-7145 in Plantation Key.
 
Information: Monroe County Clerk of Court
 
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