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  • - DATE OF MARRIAGE
  • - DATE OF DIVORCE
  • - GROOM'S NAME AND AGE
  • - BRIDE'S NAME AND AGE
  • - COUNTRY AND STATE OF FILING
  • - FILING NUMBER
  • - DIVORCE RECORD

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Nebraska Divorce Records

Now, it’s easy to search through public divorce records by using online help. Online search services do charge a fee, but you can bypass all the hassle of searching and dealing with a state search service. If you’re searching for Nebraska divorce records you can perform a search through the state by downloading an application or by requesting one through the mail at:

Health and Human Services of Nebraska
Division of Public Health
Vital Records Department
P.O. Box 95065
Lincoln, NE 68509-5065

You must state a reason for your search if you conduct the search through the state office. For example, you might be a relative or a person listed on the divorce decree. Immigration purposes are also reasons to perform a search – or genealogical searches and legal reasons, such as will or trust verification. Receiving a divorce certificate will cost $11 and you can send a check or money order for the amount. Make the payment to the Nebraska office of Vital Records. Some of the information you must supply on the application are names of divorced couple, date the event occurred, if known, why you are requesting the record and a copy of photo identification such as a current driver’s license. The state can only search through divorce records dating back to 1909.

Divorce Records Nebraska

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You must state a reason for your search if you conduct the search through the state office. For example, you might be a relative or a person listed on the divorce decree. Immigration purposes are also reasons to perform a search – or genealogical searches and legal reasons, such as will or trust verification. Receiving a divorce certificate will cost $11 and you can send a check or money order for the amount. Make the payment to the Nebraska office of Vital Records. Some of the information you must supply on the application are names of divorced couple, date the event occurred, if known, why you are requesting the record and a copy of photo identification such as a current driver’s license. The state can only search through divorce records dating back to 1909.

State of Nebraska Divorce Records

If you choose to use a fee-based, online search service, you won’t have to provide identification or state a reason for the search. These services use vast databases and search engines to search through records and will then provide you with a report that will likely contain more information than a state-based search would. Legal professionals and those who perform many genealogical searches on a regular basis become members of these services because they can avoid the hassle of state-based searches and receive the information quickly and easily without having to divulge their identity. You can be sure that most of these online services will keep your information safe and secure. Also, a fee-based search service can usually reveal much more data on the event than a state service will. Besides the basic information about where and which date the divorce took place, you may receive certain information about the divorce, itself. Alimony, child support and custody and other date might be in the report you receive from an online service, simply because their search engines are more powerful. Click on the link to discover how you can become a member of an online search service or only perform a one-time search through Nebraska divorce records.