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Separation And Divorce Files In Texas

The implementation of the Freedom of Information Act has mandated the government to make divorce files open to the public. The Vital records section of the Department of Health Services in Texas manages the state’s public records including Divorce Files In Texas.

Many would request for divorce records to process legal matters such as remarrying. It is one of the documents needed when planning to migrate to another country. There are those who would check the divorce record of their partners to ensure that the separation was made legal in order to avoid complications when planning to marry again.

A divorce record in Texas would contain information about the couple who separated. Information such as the full name of the bride and groom as well as the date when they were wed is indicated on the file. Details about the separation are also documented on the file. The place and date when the couple was granted separation can be found on the record. However, certain information is not included on the public record to respect the privacy of the person who filed for the divorce. A public Divorce Court Records does not include the reason for separation, the division of asset and the custody of the child. The general public cannot obtain a copy of a certified divorce decree.

Since the divorce documents have been made public in 1968, the fee for requesting such documents still remains at $20 each. The fees are non-refundable even if there are no records found for your request. The retrieval of the record would take several days. One can order it through a mail request, which has an additional cost and can take even longer to obtain the record.

There are several ways to request for a divorce certificate of an individual. As mentioned earlier, that it can be done by writing a request letter to the office of the vital records office. One can also go directly to the office and file the request from there, a lot faster than mail request. One can also go for third party companies that offer their services to retrieve the record for you. Among the options mentions, the Internet is the most popular choice by many of the residents of Texas.

The development of the Internet has made the government transactions convenient and faster. Texas divorce records can now be obtained from accredited websites. One can even choose from a free divorce records search or a paid search. Free search, unfortunately can give raw information that may need processing before it can be used. Paid searches on the other hand can provide a complete, accurate and ready to use document. They even offer a money back guarantee option if there are no records found.

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