Lake County Online Premarital Preparation Course

Lake County Online Premarital Preparation Course, Wedding Venue and Marriage License Information

Welcome to the Lake County Online Premarital Preparation Course.

Purchase Florida Premarital Course for $14.97 Here Now

Avoid the 3-day wait requirement and save $32.50 on your marriage license in Lake County. We do provide the approved premarital course in an online format so you can save money on your marriage license and avoid waiting three days to have your marriage license issued to you.

Here’s how it works:

The Lake County Courthouse will discount your marriage license application fee $32.50 upon completing our online premarital preparation course. The standard fee for a marriage license is $93.50, however, applicants who file a certification that both parties have completed our state-sanctioned online premarital preparation course within the past 12 months, are entitled to a discount ($32.50), making their fee $61.00.

The cost of our the course is $14.97, so you will actually SAVE $12.51 on your marriage license and there will be no out of pocket cost.

Our Online Premarital Preparation Course for Lake County Covers the Following Cities:
  • Altoona
  • Astor
  • Clermont
  • Eustis
  • Fruitland Park
  • Groveland
  • Lady Lake
  • Leesburg
  • Mascotte
  • Minneola
  • Mount Dora
  • Paisley
  • Tavares
  • Umatilla

To purchase your online premarital preparation course, click here.

Lake County Wedding Venue Information

1. Chapel of Love – Eustis, FL.chapel-of-love-2 chapel-of-love-1Lake County Online Premarital Preparation Course. (wedding venue)

2. Fiddlers Green Ranch – Altoona, FL.

Wedding Venue: Fiddlers Green Ranch, West Altoona Road, Altoona, FL. fiddlers-green-ranch

3. Lake Receptions – Mount Dora, FL.

wedding Venue: Lake Receptions, Mount Dora, FL lake-receptions-mt-3 lake-receptions-mt-dora

4. Lakeside Inn – Mount Dora, FL.

Wedding Venue: Lakeside Inn, Alexander Street, Mount Dora, FL lakeside-inn-2 lakeside-inn-4 lakeside-inn

5. Magnolia House at Trilogy Orlando – Groveland, FL.

Wedding Venue: Magnolia House at Trilogy Orlando, Falling Acorn Avenue, Groveland, FL

6. Wild Acres Villa – Paisley, FL.

wild-acres-villa-1 wild-acres-villa-2 wild-acres-villa-3 Wedding Venue: Wild Acres Villa, Jane Lane, Paisley, FL

Lake County Marriage License Information

The Marriage License division receives marriage applications, issues licenses and performs marriage ceremonies. You may obtain a marriage license at any of the following three locations. Please click on the links for maps, driving directions, office and phone directory, and other contact information.

You may also start the marriage license application process online by using our eMarriage online application

Marriage License Resources
Marriage License Office Locations
  • Lake County Public Records Center

122 East Main Street, Tavares

Open Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

  • South Lake Minneola Branch Office

800 North US Hwy. 27, Minneola

The office is located in the Minneola City Hall.

Open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Closed for lunch from 12 to 1 p.m.

  • North Lake Branch Office

902 Avenida Central, The Villages.

The office is located in the Villages of Lady Lake.

Open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Closed for lunch from 12 to 1 p.m.

eMarriage Application

eMarriage is an online marriage license pre-application program that will save you time when you come to the Clerk’s Office. By using our eMarriage application, you are filling out, at your convenience, all the necessary information required by the State of Florida to obtain a marriage license. You save time because you will not have to fill out a paper  marriage license application at the Clerk’s Office. Your online application is valid for 60 calendar days from the day it is submitted.

Please note there is a three (3) day waiting period for Florida residents that have not completed a premarital preparation course from a qualified course provider registered with the Lake County Clerk of Court. The three (3) day wait begins once the couple appears in front of the marriage license clerk to complete the application process.

Using the eMarriage Application System
  1. Read the disclaimer to understand that by filling out the online application, you must still appear before the Clerk and meet the State of Florida’s requirements for a marriage license. Simply completing the online form does not mean you are married.
  2. Enter information in all the required fields and submit. Your information will go into the Clerk’s queue.
  3. You will receive an on-screen confirmation that you have successfully completed the online application.
  4. Within 60 days of completing the online application, the bride and groom must come together to the Marriage License/Passport Department with proper identification and form of payment.
  5. The three (3) day waiting period does not begin until the couple appears before a marriage license clerk to complete the application process.
  6. At that time, the Clerk will determine if your application can be accepted or rejected.

For your convenience, D’Arienzo Psychological Group has supplied information here from the Lake County Marriage License website. Please refer to the Lake County Clerk of Court website for additional information.


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