(Closed) Florida officiant by the powers of the internet?

posted 3 years ago in Central Florida
Post # 2
221 posts
Helper bee


Lalavla:  I’m not sure about internet ministers, but I’ve heard that notaries public can marry in FL. That might even be more useful accreditation for your uncle!

Post # 4
221 posts
Helper bee

Lalavla:  yes, I believe he would have to live or work in FL. Apparently it’s crazy expensive to get certified there, too. Good luck with your research. I’m sure google will tell you. 

Post # 6
436 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

He can be ordained online! My aunt is ordained already and will be performing my ceremony in central Florida in November.


<h2>How to Become an Ordained Minister in Florida</h2>

Any judge, retired judge, clerk, notary public, or (as stated above) ordained clergy associated with any religious organization is authorized to solemnize a marriage ceremony within the state of Florida. This includes those ministers who have beenordained online by the Universal Life Church Monastery, a free and simple process we have made available to millions around the world.



Post # 8
3916 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

Lalavla:  Our friend is marrying us and she is going to become a notary so that it’s legal. 

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