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Go to the clerk's office for the county in which the divorce is suspected to have been granted. Depending on the county, divorce records may only be accessible electronically from the clerk's office itself. In that case, computer terminals in the clerk's office will give the public access to those records.How do you search for divorce records?
Go through the records to find the divorce case. You probably can’t access the actual divorce decree on a website. Instead, write down the case number and contact the court directly to make a records request. Most court websites will have instructions on how to do this.Where to find divorce records?
Some divorce records are kept at the state level, some are kept at the county level. To find out where the divorce records you want are located you can search the Internet. There are a multitude of free directories for public records. Your best bet is to search your state’s website or contact your local court clerk.How do you get copy of your divorce records?
Copies of a divorce decree may be found at the court clerk's office, at the county or state records department or with the attorney involved in processing the divorce.