Divorce Decree

A Divorce Decree is a court document that is the final ruling and judgment that makes the termination of a marriage official from divorce court. Only a court can issue a Divorce Decree. Each Divorce Decree is different and is custom to the parties involved. You receive it at the end of your case.

There are 2 options to get a certified copy of a Divorce decree. You can ask us to get the right assistance or go to the vital statistics office in the state or area where the event occurred.

Our team of experts will assist you in getting a certified copy of a Divorce decree and will work a side of the vital statistics office to avoid penalties and delays.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it takes to get my divorce certificates?

Each state has its own processing time. Usually, you should expect to wait for your divorce certificate copy between 5 to 10 business weeks. Chat with us to check your state processing time.

Who can request divorce certificates?

The ex-husband and the ex-wife are the only ones who can request a copy of their marriage certificate. Sometimes, legal representatives such as attorneys, government agencies, members of law enforcement, and court-appointed agencies or individuals, can order marriage or divorce records as well.

What documents do I need to get my divorce certificate?

In order to complete the online application, the Health Department requires applicants to prove their identity by including a photocopy of their ID. It varies depending on the state, but commonly people can use the driver’s license or a state ID. Chat with us to check other acceptable IDs of the state you need your vital record.

How much is a divorce certificate?

Whenever you are ordering divorce certificates, the state will charge a fee starting from $6.