Alaska Divorce Records
Performing a search of Alaska divorce records is a bit more complicated than some other states. First, you’ll need to get an application and be prepared to present it with an identification which includes a photo (such as a driver’s license). If you don’t have the proper ID, the application will be returned to you without the divorce record you requested. You can fax the required documents or mail copies of them to:
Alaska Vital Statistics Bureau
5441 Commercial Boulevard
Juneau, AK 99801
You’ll need to pay a fee of $25 for a copy of the decree and $20 for each additional copy. Alaska has been keeping records of divorces that took place in the state since 1950 and the state requires that the search be requested by one of the divorced parties or a legal representative. You’ll usually have a response to your request within two or three weeks after the Vital Statistics bureau receives it, depending on the volume of requests at the time. If you’re a legal representative of a client looking for information about an Alaskan divorce record, you may want to use the services of an online, fee-based service. You’ll pay a one-time fee or a membership fee if you’ll want to use the service on a regular basis. These services can search many states for information at one shot and you’ll receive the data quickly, easily and concisely reported.
Another reason to use a reputable online service is that your information can remain strictly confidential. You don’t have to present identification or prove that you’re related to or are a legal representative of the person(s) requesting the information. All you have to do is enter as much information as you have about the divorce. If you leave some areas blank, don’t worry – the powerful and wide-reaching databases of these search services. They’re professional, both in the way they search for your information, how they present the report and how they handle your confidentiality. Plus, they’re not confined to a particular state or date if you don’t know that information. Searching through the vast amount of divorce records can be a daunting task and so time-consuming that you might give up before it’s over.
If you don’t want to spend more time and effort than you have in searching through Alaska divorce records, click on the link and learn how you can pay a one-time fee or become a member of an online search site. If you become a member, you can search through any state’s records at any time and all in the comfort of your home or office.