Much as people would like to believe that marriage is something that would last forever, it must be noted that is hardly the case as there are many reason why a marriage would fail and end. Most of the time, the marriage would be dissolved through the use of a method known as divorce, and the official records of the government in regards to the divorce would be divorce records like Worth County Court Records. These records are some of the most requested for records from the government as they are the best evidence that one could present in order to prove the fact of the divorce of the persons named in the record. The question thus becomes why there is a need to prove the fact of the divorce.
Marriage is something that would alter the status of the person who had gotten married, logically, that which would dissolve the marriage is also something that would alter the status of the person whose marriage had been dissolved and since status would follow the person no matter where he or she may go, it is but logical that the people of the community would want to get their hands on copies of the official records of the government in regards to the divorce.
It must, however, be pointed out that copies of the divorce records are not public records, hence, the government limits the number of people who could make the request for copies of the records to only those who are directly involved with the divorce, which would mean the persons named in the records and their families. Of course, this does not mean that the public could not be informed of the fact of the divorce as the public could make a request for verification of the existence of the divorce records, and most tribunals would take a simple verification letter from the government as prima facie proof of the fact that the divorce was granted. Of course, the fact that the letter is only prima facie proof means that it could still be overturned through the use of competent evidence.
Request for verification would be done at the state or national level, and it would require that the person interested to send a request letter to the department of health detailing in the same letter the specifics in regards to the records in question. The letter, when sent, must be accompanied by a money order or personal check to answer for the required fee which would be five dollars for every verification that would be requested. the usual processing time for the request would be between six to eight weeks and the letter would be sent directly to the person who made the request via mail.
Copies of Worth County Marriage Records may be accessed online through the use of online databases. these databases could provide the information faster and the information would be substantially the same as that which may be found from the official databases, but note that because these online databases are not official sources, any and all information obtained from them could not be used for official purposes.
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