Can a Florida notary marry a sibling?

Answer If you mean, "Can a Florida notary perform a marriage ceremony for their sibling?", then yes.

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Can a notary marry you in Houston, Texas?

Notary publics may not perform marriage ceremonies in Texas, nor in any other state. A notary public's main responsibilities are to verify a signer's identity and confirm that the signer's actions ... Read More »

Can a notary marry someone in Georgia?

Notaries cannot marry couples in Georgia. The only states that allow notaries to marry couples are Maine, Florida and South Carolina as of 2010. Ordained ministers may perform the ceremony in Georg... Read More »

Can a notary public marry someone?

Marriage laws vary from state to state, including what positions can legally perform marriage rites. In addition to conducting other notarial acts, notary publics are authorized to perform marriage... Read More »

Can a notary public marry people?

According to the American Society of Notaries and the National Notary Association, notaries may only perform marriage ceremonies in Florida, South Carolina and Maine. Marriage kits are available to... Read More »