Nyc Divorce Decree

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The New York Divorce Records is kept at the Vital Records Office of the State Department of Health with the other pertinent public files. Anybody can take a look at it and use it so long as the documents required are submitted. Normally, a small amount is paid for each copy of the file requested, payable through check, personal check or money order.

The office mentioned above holds records of divorces that happened since January 1963 up to the present. Files from 1847-1963 can be acquired at the County Clerk in the place where the marriage was dissolved. In addition, the New York State Archives can give the divorce decrees that were released by the Court of Chancery from 1787-1847.


New York residents and other individuals should remember that the government sealed this type of accounts for a hundred years. When you request for a copy of the file, you have to ascertain that the application contains relevant details such as the full name of the husband, the wife?s first and maiden name, place and date where the dissolution of marriage happened, your purpose for getting the file and the relationship of the person requesting to the subject.

The number of married people getting a divorce nowadays has greatly increased and one reason is negligence. Those individuals who are very tolerant and easily allow anybody to enter their lives can be victims of unbecoming incidents. Knowing this kind of information can be very helpful to people who are presently dating someone or is already in a relationship with someone or perhaps planning to get married.

The details included in this sort of file are the names of the couple concerned, residents, and the date and place of the separation. It also uncovers the salient reasons why the marriage ended, ages, children?s names and custody, settlement, alimony and other facts. Your county court?s office can give you either the original separation decree or the divorce certificate.

Because of the Freedom of Information Act, Public Divorce Records came about. Not everyone approved such policy though but a lot of people have taken advantage of the benefits that are brought about by its accessibility. Looking for this file has now become easier and quicker with the Internet. People who are in quest for this information can turn to either the free or paid services online. However, it is advisable that you trust only that which asks for a small fee but guarantees the finest result ever.