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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.
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.
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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 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.
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.
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.
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