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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





Delaware Divorce Records

Divorce records are listed under the category of “public domain,” and as such, you may request a record. In the state of Delaware, you can access divorce records that go back to 1953 and you can request a copy from the Delaware office of Vital Records. There is no official request form for Delaware divorce records, but you may send a written letter to request a record to:

Delaware Division of Public Health
Office of Vital Statistics
P.O. Box 637
Dover, DE 19903
Phone: (302) 739-4721


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Your request will be serviced by the Vital Statistics office and should include such information as the names (including maiden names) of the parties mentioned in the divorce and the place and date of which the divorce took place. You’ll also be required to enter some information about yourself – such as your name, phone number, address, relationship to a person involved in the divorce and why you want a copy of the record. Make the request short, but be sure to include all of the information that might be pertinent to the search. If you don’t know the exact date or year that the divorce was granted, offer a time span that the event may have taken place.

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There are also online, Internet search sites where you can easily access the information you require. These search sites can get to data quickly and easily because they maintain extensive databases and powerful search engines that can search through much more information in a shorter amount of time than state search sites can. They can also go back in time with a particular search much farther back than 1953. The report they send to you will be detailed in data and very comprehensible. Sometimes, state based searches might include data that’s irrelevant or leave out information that you need. Using a private, online search service can avoid all that and keep your identification safe and secure. You won’t have to state a reason why you want the record. You may need to search for a Delaware divorce record for many reasons – genealogical research, information that can verify that a person in your life is telling the truth or many other motives. These sites are simple to use and you’ll get the report in a short amount of time. Your payment information is encrypted, making it secure against anyone ever finding out that it was you who requested the search. Click on the link to find out more information about online search sites and how they can help you uncover vital information about someone you’re concerned about.

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