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If you want to search through Hawaii divorce records, you must first find out if you’re eligible. To be eligible to request a divorce record in Hawaii, you should be able to prove that you have a direct interest in locating the information. For example, you might be the petitioner or respondent listed in the decree, a child of a person mentioned in the decree, a legal professional or some other reason that you need a copy of the decree. You must also need to request and then send in an application that includes as much information as you have about the persons listed in the decree, plus your name, address and phone number, your relationship to the person on the certificate, file number (if possible), date the event occurred, and a valid reason why you the decree copy. After you’ve completed the application, send to:
Hawaii State Dept. of Health
Office of Health Status Monitoring
Vital Statistics Section
P.O. Box 3378
Honolulu, HI 96801
Phone: (808) 241-3498
The fee for obtaining a copy of a Hawaii divorce record certificate is $10 and $4.00 for each extra copy. Payment should be made in the form of money order, certified check or cashier’s check and you should also include copies of your identification and the application. Personal checks will not be accepted. If this sounds like a time consuming task to you, know that you can also find Hawaii divorce records through a fee-based, online service. These services have become popular sites on the Internet since there is such a vast amount of information available and so few people to search for records through the state. Also, a state-based search may take longer simply because government staff has been reduced drastically. You may wait longer than ten business days to even have the request approved.re aren’t enough. A fee-based, Internet search site can have the information you requested in moments. Even better, you don’t have to go through all of the paperwork involved in a Hawaii state-based search. All you have to do is enter all the information you have about the parties involved in the divorce, pay a reasonable fee and submit the data. Your payment information is encrypted and will never be revealed to anyone. You don’t have to worry about someone finding out that you requested a divorce record search and you don’t have to present a reason for the search.
Whether you need a divorce record for genealogical purposes, to find out if a person you’re interested in has a divorce in his or her past or to discover details about the divorce, you’ll find that an Internet search service is a more convenient process than a state-based service. Most state-based services won’t include details of the divorce such as custody issues, settlements, alimony, past addresses and past marriages or divorces. A fee-based service maintains databases and search engines that can quickly and accurately pull up such data and deliver it to you in record time. If you’re thinking of searching through Hawaii divorce records, click on the link to find out more about fee-based search sites.
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