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The District of Columbia is experiencing a surge in divorces, as is every other state – and it’s difficult to keep up with the amount of recording that needs to be done. If you’re thinking of conducting a state-based search of divorce records, you should know that the information you receive might not be as accurate and up-to-date as it needs to be for you to make a decision about someone in your life. Reasons to search through a state’s divorce records are many – including gathering background data about a love interest in your life or to research genealogy records. A divorce record can provide proof about so many questions, such as children involved, settlement issues and reason for the divorce. If you want to access a District of Columbia divorce record, you must write an application and mail it to the following address:
District of Columbia Superior Court
500 Indiana Ave., NW, Room 4335
Washington, D.C. 20001
Phone: (202) 879-1261
In the application letter, you need to include the names of the parties involved in the divorce, maiden names and date the marriage took place. If you know the date of the divorce, include that too. Yo’ll also need to include how you are related to one of the people in the divorce decree and why you want access to the record. The fee for a copy of the record is $6.59 and you should pay in the form of a check or money order. Unfortunately, most states are so overwhelmed with data for divorces and other vital statistics that you may have to wait for three to six weeks for a response. You might also receive sketchy or inaccurate information from a state-based search. Another way to get the exact information you need is to apply through a fee-based, online search service that regularly provides data to legal professionals and genealogical experts. You’ll want the report to be as accurate as possible, and the report you receive from one of these professional services will have all of the information you need – and then some. Facts that aren’t usually revealed in a state-based search are readily available through fee-based services that use extensive databases and powerful search engines to compile data. Professionals then translate the data into an easy to read report and send it to your computer at your home or office.
Professional, online search sites are convenient and easy to use, making the process of the search fast and productive. No matter why you want to search through District of Columbia divorce records, you owe it to yourself to get the best and most accurate information possible. Check out how an online search service can help you by clicking on the link.
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