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Contact the California superior court where a divorce case was filed to get copies of divorce documents. You can get a Divorce Certificate of Record from the California Department of Public Health, but it only includes the names of the parties, the name of the court and the fact that the divorce was filed.Who can serve papers in a California divorce?
Using a Process Server to Serve Divorce Papers. Under California law, any of the following people can serve divorce papers on your spouse by hand-delivering them (as long as the person you choose meets the right criteria), which is called personal service. You may use a: Friend; Relative; Coworker; County sheriff or marshal; Professional process server; You can also use anyone who's over the age of 18 who isn't part of your divorce case.Where can I find divorce papers?
Divorce records can usually be obtained at the county court where the divorce was filed. Alternatively, you might also find official records at the local recorder’s office. As mentioned, some websites and private companies maintain indexed records of divorces, which may be different from state records.