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Divorce Court Records

It is an ugly fact that 50% of marriages turn into divorce. Divorce rate is getting high these days. That is why along with all the essential records such as marriage, birth, and death records, divorce records are obtained from the government departments. Divorce court records are considered as one of the important data located within state and corresponding county.

Divorce records can be either divorce decree or divorce certificates. Anybody can access these records. They always are maintained at the local courthouse where divorce was finalized. Since divorce records are under the state jurisdiction, they are uploaded to the state record office.

Information on Divorce Court Records:

The information includes all personal and basic details of divorcing spouses. It also includes family law issues related to alimony, child custody, child support, and debt and property division. Financial issues are also addressed. Other than these grounds for divorce, filing number and settlement are also mentioned. Date and place where divorce was finalized are also provided to make the search simpler.

These records can be useful to check the marital status of the individual or support the legal process. Some people also need the copy of divorce records to check the financial arrangement with the ex-spouse on alimony and debt issues.

There are two versions of divorce court records, free and paid. In both the versions, the information provided is brief and accurate. Divorce records contain all the necessary paperwork in regard to specific case. The party filing for divorce is known as petitioner and the other party is known as respondent; both the parties with the help of the lawyers negotiate the settlement. Once all the arrangements are finalized, the judge signs the divorce decree which is later filed with the county clerk to become the part of divorce court records.

Getting Divorce Court Records:

You can take help of the lawyer or visit an online website for searching the papers. General information like name and details of parties and place where divorce was granted can be viewed by the public. You can find the divorce records simply by sending a mail to the address where records are located. Send the mail in self-addressed stamped size envelope. Your request should be simple and to the point. You should mention your relation with the persons of whose records you wish to search. State the exact reason for getting the records. The data available in the records is accurate and dependable.

Divorce court records can be requested free-of-charge from the public agency appointed for this function. It can be requested through mail, telephone, walk-in, or fax. Nowadays, the online option is becoming increasingly accessible and popular. List of locations of few famous divorce court recordsí centers along with their contact number is mentioned here:

  • Alabama -Alabama Center for Health Statistics
    (334) 206-5418
  • California - Department of Health Services
  • Georgia -Georgia Division of Public Health
    (404) 679-4775
  • Illinois -Illinois Department of Public Health
    (217) 782-6553
  • Kentucky -Cabinet for Health Services
  • New York -New York Department of Health
    (518) 474-3077
    Fax: (518) 474-9168
  • Wyoming -Wyoming Vital Records Service
    (307) 777-7591

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