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Colorado Divorce Records Information
Colorado divorce records are public records, which means anyone can look them up online without having any relationship or affiliation with the parties listed on the record. The Colorado State Archive is where you?ll go to search for the oldest records in existence, but you won?t find many from more recent years. Each county has its own set of divorce records from years past, some dating back as far as the late 1800s. If you need recent copies of divorce records, you?ll need to visit the Colorado District Court in which the divorce was filed.
Many people in Colorado need a copy of their own divorce records for specific legal purposes. It?s required of anyone who is divorced and looking to apply for a marriage license to remarry, anyone looking to claim Social Security, and anyone who is looking to claim child support from an ex-spouse. There are those who aren?t listed on Colorado divorce records who do need their own copies for various reasons, such as compiling their family tree or history. Either way, records are available for you somewhere. It merely takes knowing where to look to find the records you need.
Certified Colorado Divorce Records
Certified divorce records are legal documents. These are only available to the people who are listed on the divorce certificate, their children, or their parents. This is also available to anyone with a Power of Attorney or anyone who is legally representing either party listed on the certificate. This information is obtained by visiting the Colorado District Court where the divorce took place and providing the following information:
– Names of both parties on the certificate, including any maiden names
– Date of the divorce
– Your name
– Your photo identification
Each court charges a fee for divorce records, but the fee is different in many courts, and it also changes based on what you want, how many you want, and how many searches are performed to find the record in question.
Finding Regular Copies
The State Archives websites has plenty of divorce records dating back much further in the 1900s. If you need one of these, this is the best place to search. You can go in person, or you can check online. There is a fee for each copy, and it?s based on how many years were searched to find the information you require.
Colorado Divorce Records Online
Colorado divorce records are pubic record, and this means anyone can look them up online. All they need is one of the names of either party listed on the certificate, internet access, and a general idea of when the divorce took place. This is done by visiting the website of the District Court where the divorce took place. It is a quick public records search, but the information that can be looked up does not count as an official copy, so no one is able to use these divorce record copies for legal purposes. This search is free, and anyone can perform a search of this nature.
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Responses to “Colorado Divorce Records”
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How to get a copy of my Colorado divorce record
There are a couple of ways you can get a copy of your Colorado divorce record. First, you can contact the clerk of the court where you filed for divorce and request a copy through them. A second option is to contact the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. This department archives vital records for Colorado including birth, death, marriage and divorce records.
I need copies of my divorce from Theresa Lynch Chadburn in August 1992, Arapahoe County Colorado James Chadburn Versus Theresa Chadburn.
To obtain an official copy of your Colorado divorce papers you will need to reach out to the Colorado courthouse where your divorce was filed. You can then talk to the courthouse clerk and make a request for a copy of your CO divorce papers. You will need to show identification and know the approximate dates of the divorce. There is typically a small fee for a certified copy of a Colorado divorce record
How to Get Your Colorado Divorce Papers
1. Contact the court clerk where your divorce was filed
2. Request a copy of your Colorado divorce papers
3. Show identification and have the divorce dates
4. Pay the fee for a certified copy
5. Processing may take a few weeks by mail
Need record for Tibor A Toth (01/10/46) born
Divorced Elizabeth Toth
1991 or 1992
I. Am now married to him.
Martha L Toth
I need his last divorce papers
In order to receive a certified copy of your Colorado divorce decree you will want to contact the Colorado county courthouse where your divorce took place. You can contact the courthouse clerk and ascertain the requirements for obtaining your divorce decree in person, online or by mail.
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Last Updated: 2016-12-21