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Thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, we can search for vital records in any state. But, it can sometimes be complicated and time-consuming if you go through the state. Colorado divorce records have been available online since 2003 through the Colorado office of the state registrar of vital statistics. You’ll pay a search fee, plus handling and copy fees to have the search performed through the state. Colorado clearly states that they will not be responsible for inaccurate or erroneous information, so if you need the public divorce record information for legal purposes, you’ll want to verify it first.
Contact the following Colorado division to obtain information about getting a copy of a divorce decree:
Colorado Public Health and Environment
Vital Records Department
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246-1530
An application for a divorce record must be obtained and filled out to receive a copy of the divorce decree and you’ll also need to give some information about yourself and the reason you want to search through Colorado divorce records. There may be a variety of reasons why you’d want a certified copy of a divorce record, including proof of citizenship, receiving insurance benefits, research on the genealogy of your family, passport or other legal purposes.
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An online service can also provide you with a legitimate copy of a Colorado divorce record. You can bypass all of the red tape and time involved by going through the state by paying a nominal fee and having professionals used to searching through huge data bases find the information for you. Sometimes searches can be grueling and time-consuming for the state, and if you search through public divorce records yourself, you may not find all of the information you need. By entering just a small amount of information, you’ll have the use of the vast knowledge and search engines that online search sites provide and will receive a report on your own computer, without having to go through the mail system. You can download the report and read it in the comfort of your own home or office.
There are many online search services, but you should do your research and use one that meets the criteria you need. Some will do a search across the states if you don’t know the state in which the divorce was granted. There’s usually no fee if the search service finds no data with the information you provide. Click on the link to discover how an online search service can help you find the Colorado divorce records you need.