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Each state’s divorce court records are now readily available to the general public. Some states require more information about the divorce – and your own identity than others. If you choose to go through the state for New Hampshire divorce records, you may download an application and send it through the mail to:
New Hampshire State Department
Division of Vital Records Administration
71 South Fruit Street
Concord, New Hampshire 03301-2410
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New Hampshire requires that you be qualified to receive a vital record, such as your connection with the divorced party (child, spouse or other relation – or an attorney). You’ll need to fill out the downloaded application and provide the full names of the divorced couple, the date the divorce took place and the county in which the divorce was granted. Your eligibility requirements include your name, address, phone number, email address, signature and the reason why you want a copy of the decree. There will be a fee of $15 for the first copy and $10 for each one thereafter. The fees are non-refundable, even if the state doesn’t find the divorce decree you requested. You’ll also need to provide proof of identity in the form of a copy of photo identification such as a driver’s license and stamped, self-addressed envelope for return of the certificate. The state of New Hampshire does let you pay by credit card, but there may be an extra fee involved for processing.
If you need a copy of a New Hampshire divorce decree immediately, you may want to consider an online, fee-based service. These services are reputable and never charge a fee if they don’t find the record you requested. For a reasonable fee, you only need to enter as much information as you can about the divorced couple. It’s helpful if you have their names and the date and county where the divorce was granted. But, if you don’t have the information, they will perform the search using powerful databases and search engines that are likely to find the information you seek. You won’t need to state a reason for the request or provide identification to perform the search. You’ll usually receive a reply within moments of requesting the search and it will come to you in a form that you can easily read. Also, the information will be accurate and presented to you in a concise form – unlike some state searches, where you must dig for the information. Click on the link to find out how a fee-based, online search service can help you find New Hampshire divorce records.