Divorce Doesn't Have to Destroy Your Kids - Guidelines For Divorcing and Divorced Parents
Nowadays one can find free divorce records, especially records that date far back. If you are looking for records that date back as far as the early 1900's you will be able to obtain these records on websites such as Ancestry.com and RootsWeb.com. However, this can be a challenging task as divorce was not a common factor way back then.
In addition there many libraries that have local history rooms and vital records are kept their dating back centuries. One can also obtain such documents and records at your local county or state government building. If you are seeking any recent records then you can obtain these for no cost online or at your local county office.
Divorce records are needed for various reasons. If you are getting married once again, you will need your previous divorce paper before you will be issued with a marriage license. These particular records are on public display and are available to whoever needs a record. Some records can be obtained free and other need to be paid for. The cost will depend on which state you reside in and which state you want a record from.
For example the state of California charges $13 and New York City $10, and each state has its own cost for copies of public records. One of the most helpful resources when looking for vital records is the internet. One can go directly to the National Center for Health Statistics and obtain any information you require such as death and birth certificates, to marriage certificates and divorce documents from any state.
There are hundreds of other helpful websites such as Akiba.com and SearchSystems.com as well as many others. These sites can help you obtain the documentation you need easily and efficiently. Yes they will charge a small fee and may be slightly more than the vital records department. However, it is worth it in the long run. If all the above fail you can then get a private investigator to do a search for you, as they have access to divorce records that are not available. This option is rather costly. This process is guaranteed success or no payment.
Most divorce records are not confidential material making it legal to obtain a copy as well as do some research on this type of document. All you need is a computer and internet access and you can find the information you are looking for, although not 100% guaranteed.
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