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Databases Updated on Nov 14, 2019

What Information is Available in Divorce Reports?

Divorce Records

Divorce Records

Check if a person is divorced or if they have recently filed for divorce. Anything from Basic Contact Information to Age, Date, State of Filing information is extracted from thousands of Local, State or County databases just for you.

Marriage Records

Marriage Records

Within seconds, you can track someone’s marital history and check if they are currently married & to whom. Gain access to millions of marriage records across the US. Our search reports will promptly deliver Marriage Dates, Spouse’s Age, Full Name & more.

Assets

Assets

Be informed of what assets a person owns and whether they have lost any. We help you uncover tangible or intangible Assets, Income, Investments, Real Estate, Vehicles, Boats or Aircraft. Use our lookup tool to estimate a person’s financial worth.

Bankruptcies

Bankruptcies

Has someone filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code? We provide the best way to find out. If you look for private or business bankruptcy records,payment plans or dischargeddebts, our search button can help.

Judgments

Judgments

Discover financial obligations set forth by the court as a result of divorce. Depending on the case, this could includevaluable information on the judgement types, names of parties involved, amounts, state of filing and much more.

Criminal Records

Criminal Records

Criminal convictions on somebody’s record for any Felonies or Misdemeanors committed could affect some divorce proceedings. Find out if a person has ever been changed with a crime, see their Incarceration History & Mugshots.

What are Divorce Records?

What are Divorce Records?

All documents filed in a divorce case form the Divorce Records. When a dissolution petition is filed, divorce pleadings are publicly available at that courthouse. Divorce filings can be kept under seal by request, if the parties wish to protect children’s identity, victims of domestic abuse or not disclose sensitive personal information.

In general, anyone can access divorce records by submitting a request to the court clerk's office. Details about the legal termination of a marriage can also be consulted off site, over the internet, via specialized websites like www.RecordsFinder.com, where you can also find how to obtain a divorce decree or learn more about child support in the US.

The information provided will cover at least parties' names, the case number, the court that heard the case and the filing date, plusFull Names, Gender, Birth Dates, and Birthplaces ofthe children resulted from a marriage. For Divorce Infographic and Statistics, such as The Average Cost of a Divorce in America, click here.

Divorce Statistics

Sad Fact: 50% of marriages end in divorce

  • Someone gets divorced every 13 seconds in America
  • The average length of a first or second marriage before getting a divorce is 8 years
  • 2 Years - is how long a person thinks about divorce before moving forward with it
  • Most divorced people wait on average 4 years before getting remarried
  • 18 Months - is the average time a person tries to work on their marriage before actually deciding to get one
  • More than 35% speak to a lawyer before making the final decision to get divorced...
  • ...and more than 53% talked about it with their mother, a sibling or a friend rather than their spouse
  • More than 75% of couples try to fix their marriage before getting a divorce...
  • ...and 47% do so for the sake of the kid’s
  • 45% of divorced couples remain friends...
  • ...and 31% have absolutely no contact with their ex-spouse

The odds that you will get divorced increase significantly if you:

  • Smoking
  • One person does all the chores
  • Have financial problems
  • Have been married before
  • You have poor communication
  • Met in a bar
  • There is abuse
  • One or both people cheat
  • All your friends are divorced
  • One of you is a dancer, bartender or massage therapist

State Specific

  • Nevada, Maine, and Oklahoma are states with the highest rate of divorce
  • Hawaii, Massachusetts and New York have the lowest divorce rates

Top Reasons For Divorce

  • One or both people cheated
  • Money problems
  • Constant bickering
  • Unhappy
  • Abuse
  • Communication issues
  • One partner changed or didn’t change enough
  • No longer in love or attracted to each other
  • Lives were moving in different directions
  • One person had to do all the work
  • 77% of divorced individuals say their children were negatively affected by their divorce
  • 28% of children living with one divorced parent are living in poverty
  • 28% of children of divorced parents are not as close to their fathers, after the divorce
  • Children of divorce are more likely to do poorly in school and drop out
  • Children of divorce have more psychological and behavioral issues, and 25% of them detach from family

Divorce Costs Vary by State

The average cost of a divorce in America is between $15,000 - $20,000. However, that price can vary a lot by state. The most expensive state to get divorced in is California and the least expensive is Wyoming.

Here are the five most expensive and five least expensive states in which to get a divorce.

 

The Most Costly States to Get Divorced In

 

The Least Costly States to Get Divorced In

  • 5% of divorced people still wear their wedding rings, and 24% have them but don’t wear them
  • Divorce is costly for a woman. 30% of divorced women earn $25,000-$50,000, about a third what their ex-spouse earns
  • During a recession, divorce rates drop - it’s cheaper just to stay together or separate long-term

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