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When you start dating someone and they say they are
divorced, do you ever question them? Do you ever wonder if
they are really divorced or if they are still married and
just telling you that they are divorced so they can have the
best of both worlds? Well, in most cases, we don't question
what people tell us, but sometimes, it's better to be safe
than to invest your money, time and heart into someone who's
story doesn't quite add up. While it may feel a little shady
to check on someone's divorce records, it can very easily be
done online with the Divorce Records Database.
You need a little information before you get started, though, so you should have it available before you commit to checking up on the divorce records of anyone.
First of all, you should know that like many other records searches, divorce records are public records. While you may not be able to obtain a copy of the divorce decree, you can often search to confirm the divorce actually took place. You shouldn't have too hard a time obtaining the divorce records if you know where to look for them.
There are many records search websites you can go to, but you should try to check out the credibility of the search site before you commit to paying them any money for divorce records of any kind. You can also go through the state or county clerk of courts (most of them are now online) to request divorce records. All you do to find the correct state and county is do a simple search for the state and include the county in the search. Include the term clerk of courts or registrars office in the search term. This should give you the county records agencies.
If you really want to make sure that your records are accurate, you should take the time to go through the state and county where the divorce took place. This will help you to ensure that you get the correct divorce records.
You will need to know at the very least, the name of one of the people who got divorced. Include their middle initial if you know it and make sure that the spelling of their name is correct. Also, you should know the state in which the person got their divorce. If you are working through a government website, you may need to know the county, but you can usually get around that. If you don't know the county, there are other sites you can visit that will let you do a statewide divorce record search.
If you are struggling to decide whether or not to go through a private website or a state or government official website, you should know that your fees will prove to be substantially less for you if you choose a state government website as opposed to a private search site.
If you are looking for a certified copy of your divorce decree, your best bet is to go straight to the source and search the county and state in which you were divorced. By visiting that, you will be able to order a certified copy of your divorce records for a small fee without having to do a records search.
Divorce records are important to have, whether you're looking to verify that someone is divorced and has been for a while or if you're in need of a certified copy of your own divorce decree, you should know that this is information that you can easily and inexpensively get for yourself, by yourself and without the consent of the person for who's records you are searching. While you may not be able to get the personal information, such as social security number and address, you will be able to locate the actual divorce record and be able to obtain proof that the person in question is in fact divorced. The divorce records that you receive should include information like when the person was divorced and in what state and county.
If you are looking for a certified copy of your own divorce decree, you will find that all of you personal information is included and your divorce decree will likely include all aspects of the divorce, including custodial arrangements of children, division of property and debts and any types of child support or alimony payments.
You should ensure that you have a copy of your certified divorce decree on hand for at least a while after your divorce as you may need it for things like when a debt collector calls you because your ex hasn't taken care of their financial obligations. You may also need to have your divorce records or public bankruptcy records on hand when it comes to your children and visitation agreements that have been reached in your divorce. Sometimes, before an argument develops, it's easier to refer to the divorce papers that you both should have a certified copy of and let the records decide for you.
If you are trying to verify that a person is, in fact divorced, you won't get things like a certified copy of a divorce decree, but you will have the peace of mind of knowing that your new love interest is telling you the truth and is divorced. And to think that all it really took was a simple search for divorce records. Our divorce record search take on average, less than 1 minute. Just a few seconds to obtain the court report you're looking for. Our database is constantly updated and contains the most recent data available from all state and county records.
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