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Rhode Island may be a small state, but searching through public divorce records can be very time consuming and daunting. Rhode Island divorce records are considered legal documents, but since the Freedom of Information Act, the public has the right to search through records in any state. There may be some caveats to locating vital records in some states. For example, in Rhode Island, you’ll need to fill out an application, stating any information you know about the divorce, proof of your identity and the reason why you want the record. Rhode Island is one of the states that restricts who can request a divorce certificate copy because of sensitive data that might be listed on the decree. This means that unless your name is on the decree or that you’re a member of the family, attorney or other professional, you might be denied access. You must go through the county in which the divorce took place to receive a divorce decree copy.
If you don’’t know the Rhode Island county, first contact:
Rhode Island Division of Vital Records
Rhode Island Dept. of Health
3 Capitol Hill, Room 101
Providence, RI 02908-5097
There are online professionals who have access to databases and search engines that can take away the hassle of searching through or requesting Rhode Island divorce records. All you need to do is enter some information about the divorce on the online site. This might include the full names of the divorced couple or any other information that you think might be helpful in conducting a search. The online, fee-based search method will likely reveal more information about the divorce than you would receive from a state or personal based search. You’ll usually receive a report within minutes from entering the information and it will be prepared by professionals who will break down the legal jargon and present the information in a concise manner.
Information that you receive about Rhode Island divorce records can be useful in a number of ways, including proof of immigration status, genealogical research benefits, legal purposes and much more. With an online, fee-based service, all you need to do is pay a very reasonable fee, enter the information you have about the divorce and click to begin the search. You’ll never have to worry about revealing your identity or the reason why you want a copy of the decree. It’s an easy and fast way to get the information you need without waiting or having to fill out forms and reveal personal information about yourself. Click on the link to find out more about how to search through vital records using an online, fee-based service.