The North Dakota Department of Health maintains and issues divorce records in North Dakota. All requests made for divorce records to the North Dakota Department of Health have to be in writing. This means that you can obtain North Dakota divorce records through mail, fax, online or in person. North Dakota Department of Health does not entertain phone requests for North Dakota divorce records. Generally, requests for divorce records take a week to process.
The fee payable for the search and first copy is $7 while each additional copy of the divorce record costs $4. To obtain the divorce records in person, you?ll need to visit the clerk office at the North Dakota court where the divorce was granted. If you choose to make a mail request, following is the information you?ll need to provide:
Along with the pay order or check for the fee, you need to send the mail request that contains the aforementioned information to:
North Dakota Division of Vital Records
600 E. Boulevard Ave. Dept. 301
Bismarck, ND 58505-0200
You can also obtain North Dakota divorce records online through public databases or the online software provided by the North Dakota Supreme Court. By signing yourself up with the North Dakota Supreme Court online service and paying a $10 fee, you can perform a search for North Dakota divorce records and obtain a copy of the divorce record you need. The public databases are also a good way to obtain the divorce records you need.
A single database is where these online services keep the divorce records. This makes it easy and quicker to conduct searches related to North Dakota divorce information. Making an online request through public databases for North Dakota divorce records is the quickest way to obtain the records as these online public databases provide you real-time access to North Dakota divorce records. If you want any further information about divorce records in North Dakota, visit the website of the North Dakota Department of Health.