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You can search through free divorce records online or request the record from the state. Oregon divorce records present a complicated process that’s somewhat time-consuming and requires your patience to complete. There is a fee $20 ($15 for each additional copy) for requesting an Oregon divorce record and there are rules and regulations that you must abide by to receive the copy. You’ll need to download and fill out an application that includes both parties’ full names, Oregon county where the divorce was granted, your relation to the person on the divorce decree and the reason you’re requesting it. You’ll also need to provide your name, address, phone number and signature, plus a copy of photo identification. Oregon has a rule that divorce certificates are restricted to certain parties for 50 years after the divorce occurred. People who have access to Oregon divorce records include family members, legal personnel, those who claim certain property rights, government – or you can send a notarized request with the signature of an eligible person.
To request a copy of a divorce decree by mail, send to:
Oregon Vital Records Department
P.O. Box 14050
Portland, OR 97293-0050
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Going through a state search in Oregon means takes about two to four weeks. The information you might receive from a divorce records search can prove to be invaluable to you. For example, use it to verify information about your family tree, find out if a person is using “aliases,” finance information and true background data. If you think that going through with a state search is just too much trouble, you can try one of the fee-based, online search sites. Legal professionals have memberships to these sites so that they can access vital records on a regular basis, but you can also pay a small fee to conduct a one-time search if that’s all you need. These services maintain records and update them in a timely manner, so you don’t have to worry about dated or confusing information.
Another benefit to going through a private, online search service is that your personal information remains confidential and you won’t have to fill out lengthy forms and produce identification such as the state requires for Oregon divorce records. You can be sure that the information is accurate and complete, whereas state searches might send you sketchy data and written in legalese that’s difficult to decipher. The report you’ll receive from a reputable online search service will be clearly and concisely written and you’ll likely receive more vital information than you would with a state-based search. If you’re ready to embark on a search through Oregon divorce records, simply click on the link and in moments you’ll have the data you need – for whatever reason.