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Hawaii divorce court records

Hawaii divorce court records are maintained Since the 1900s, for divorce cases that occurs. These records are mostly requested for legal purposes to verify that a divorce has taken place. Most of the time, they are also requested for genealogical grounds to identify family members. They are accepted everywhere and are available for public view as well.

You can get these records online or with the help of the county’s clerk. When you will be requesting for the records make sure that you fulfill all the information asked in the form. This information can be of your-spouse as well. You will also have to mention the reason for getting these records. You can get these records on the website of Hawaii department of health records.com. All you need to do is register yourself on that site.

Fees for the records of requested searches and certificates vary across states and counties. For enquiring for vital records in a particular county in Hawaii you can contact: 808-586-4539.

Divorce petition filed in Hawaii divorce court is the initial document that you can obtain from the Hawaii court to request for divorce. You can get information on the breakdown of marriage. Other than this information about the parties requesting the court to get divorced under some specific grounds are also mentioned. The family court of Hawaii also keeps the record of final decree of the divorces on the following grounds:

  • The irretrievably breakdown of the marriage
  • Both the parties must be living separately for the last two years

Hawaii divorce court Records search helps you to verify if the party is legally divorced, when and where filings were made, names of the parties. Few important issues are domestic violence, warning orders, child custody, property division and other settlement issues. These records are stored at both the state and the county level. Other states have no central record repository for divorce records, and they have to be obtained from the local county courthouse where the divorce was filed and granted.

There are certain grounds on which the Hawaii law allows the divorces. These are some of the conditions on which the divorce depends are:

  • Adultery
  • Cruelty
  • Drug addiction
  • Habitual drinking
  • Impotency
  • imprisonment

These are the no-fault grounds on which most of the divorces take palce. The fee for a certified Hawaii divorce court record is $10.00 for the one copy and $4.00 for any other copies. Personal checks are not accepted. the payment by cashier's check or money order is acceptable for email or personal requests.

State Department of Health Office of Health Status Monitoring Vital Records Section P.O. Box 3378 Honolulu, HI 96801

Hawaii County 25 Aupuni St., Room 209 Hilo, HI 96720-4252 Telephone: (808) 961-8255

Honolulu County Honolulu County Clerk City Hall Honolulu, HI 96813-3014 Telephone: (808) 586-4533

Kauai County Kauai County Clerk 4396 Rice Street Lihue, HI 96766-1337 Telephone: (808) 246-3330

Maui County Maui County Office of the County Clerk 200 S. High St. Wailuku, HI 96793-2155 Telephone: (808) 243-7825

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