Idaho Divorce Records
Obtaining Idaho divorce records is a similar process to that of other states. The Bureau of Vital Records maintains the records on file from 1947 to present day. Each county is responsible for filing its own records and some may keep older records while others may not. Free public divorce records can be ordered by mail through the following address:
Idaho Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics
P.O. Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0036
You'll need to download and print a certificate request to send along with a copy of a photo identification and a check or money order for $13 (add $13 for each additional copy) made out to Idaho Vital Records Department. The request form will include your name, address and other pertinent information and all the information you know about the divorced couple such as names, addresses, maiden name, date of divorce and Idaho city where the divorce took place. A standard request usually takes between five and seven business days to process and verify. You can add an additional $5 to the fees if you want your application rushed.
Another option for obtaining an Idaho divorce record is to request a search from an online, fee-based search site. These sites are dependable and readily available to provide you with the requested information minus all the hassle involved with requesting the data from the state. All you have to do is provide some information needed for the search – that means as much as you have in order to get a comprehensive search report. Then, sit back and wait while the search site's powerful search engines and databases do their work. You'll usually receive the information you need in a matter of moments. Keep in mind that these search sites have the ability to search through many states' divorce records, so if you're not sure of a county and state where the divorce took place, they can usually find out for you.
State of Idaho Divorce Records
Choosing a reputable, online and fee-based site takes the hassle out of searching through Idaho divorce records. You won't have to provide identification or a reason why you want the divorce certificate. All the information you provide is confidential – and you'll usually receive more information than the certificate. For example, the reason stated for the divorce, settlements, addresses, phone numbers and custody issues may be included in the report you receive. A state's search only provides sketchy information at best, and it could be inaccurate. An online site that you personally choose goes the extra miles to be sure you get more than what you paid for. Simply click on the link to find out how you can take advantage of what a fee-based online search site has to offer.