Accessing Hawaii Marriage Records

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Hawaii Public Marriage Records marriage records like Hawaii Marriage Records are some of the most requested for records from the government, and to understand why this is the case, one must first understand the importance of marriage in the lives of not only those who had gotten married as reflected upon the records and their families, but also upon the whole world. There is no question that marriage is something that would involve only two people and the families of that couple, but there is also no question that the fact of the marriage is something that would affect the whole world. This is because marriage is something that would alter the status of the person who had gotten married and such alteration is something that would follow the person no matter where the person may go in his or her life.


The effects of marriage are so encompassing that it would actually affect certain people who were not even alive at the time of the celebration of the marriage. An example of such person would be the children who would be born during the existence of the marriage. Such children would be considered legitimate children and as legitimate children, they enjoy certain rights and privileges that illegitimate children or those who were born outside of a valid marriage could not enjoy. This includes the privilege to be preferred first during the time of succession, and the privilege to use the surname of their father and mother at their discretion. Such privileges would be available to them if they could prove that they are legitimate children and the best way to do that would be to present Hawaii Marriage Records Searches copies of these records.

These records are afforded the presumption of regularity because they are the official records of the government, and because that is the case, the contents of the records are presumed to be true and accurate, though note that this is not absolute as a presumption would always be just a presumption. The party who would claim that the contents of the records are false could prove such contention through the use of competent evidence. In the absence of such evidence, however, the party presenting the records need only to prove that they had obtained the records from the proper sources as only such records would be given the presumption.

It is possible to make the request for copies of the records at the state level, but do note that a request at this level would usually take longer, not only because of the fact that there are more records that would have to be checked, but also because of the fact that the method that one would use to make the request at this level would be to make the request through the mail, which means that the office could not begin processing the request until and unless they had received the accomplished request form and all other attachments required.

Copies of Hawaii Marriage Licenses may also be obtained online through the use of online databases. These online databases could provide the information faster and more efficiently, but it must be noted that they are not official sources for the presumption of regularity to be applicable to them.