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Contact the county's Circuit Court Clerk's office. There may be a fee for the copy.
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Usually such matters remain on public record regardless of the time span. Contact the department of vital records in the state where the divorce occurred.
Copies of court documents - including orders regarding dissolution's of marriage and judgments of dissolution's, probate, wills, name changes, criminal and civil cases - are a…vailable at a district headquarters courthouse in which the matter was handled, or if it is an older record at the Los Angeles County Superior Court Archives. Check at a district headquarters courthouse - see "Superior Courts" for a listing of the district courts or go to lasuperiorcourt.org to determine where the file is stored. (No phone orders will be accepted). Some post-1999 civil case documents may be online on the related link provided. For the Central District Court, you may visit or write the certification section in Rm. 112 at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 N. Hill St., Los Angeles or call (213) 974-5191 for information. (No phone orders will be accepted.) To order documents from the Archives requires having a case number, names of the parties and what document you want copied. If you have the names of the parties and the year the case was filed, but no case number, and it was filed in 1965 or earlier, you may request the case number by calling the civil index clerk at (213) 974-1378. If the case was filed after 1965, call the civil index clerk at (213) 974-5171.
There are approximately 61 cities that are in Oakland County, Michigan. A few of the cities are Auburn Hills, Clawson, and Royal Oak.
To obtain samples of Maryland legal documents for divorce, contactthe court clerks office. If they can not help, your lawyer shouldbe able to get a copy.
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need a copy for a divorce never had a copy, and im here in brazil and want to get remarried. how do i get it asap?
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If you were married and had kids it would depend on who has the kids. The financial aid could also depend on what you received from the divorce whether or not you got the shor…t end of the stick. And also many things can be heading to pay for what may come out of the divorce
You need to call the particular court and inquire if that option is available. Court systems have different online capabilities and options. Usually, a copy can be ordered by …mail at a nominal fee.
Visit or contact the court where the decree was issued. You can obtain a copy in person or by mail.
DIVORCE RECORDS The only place where you can get a copy of a divorce decree in South Africa, is from the actual High- or Divorce Court where the divorce order was originally g…ranted. NOWHERE ELSE! Help is available from companies that specialise in this, like DivorceRPD, who can obtain the documents on your behalf. This is of course especially handy when you are overseas, or currently not close to the court any more. Case Number You must have your divorce Case Number in order to obtain your records from the court! If you do not have the case number, they will not be able to help you. You can get the case number by visiting your nearest Dept. of Home Affairs, and from your ID-Number they (should) be able to give you your case number. Cases before 2005 may prove problematic, because the detail is usually not entered onto the system yet. The next step will be to visit the court, and ask for their registers. You will have to have the date at least, otherwise you will have to go through hundreds of registers. Get the correct register, and look up your case number. High- or Divorce Court Once you have the case number, go to court and request your documents. Once again, if the date is pre-2005, the court will have to request your file from archives, and this can take months! If the date is after 2005, they should be able to assist you in a relative short period of time. You may need to have the documents "Apostilled" if you need them in another country. For local use a stamped and signed copy should be adequate. This can be a quick and painless exercise, or you may experience a long and drawn-out battle to get success. The process is really influenced by the divorce date, specific court and of course your luck in finding (or not) an efficient and willing person behind the counter(s). The easiest way will be to call on the professionals and pay them to get your records.
The Oakland County Medical Examiner, if they think someone may be at fault for the death. Otherwise a private forensic pathologist.
File a motion for modification and the court will let you know whether it's possible. You haven't provided enough detail as to the grounds. File a motion for modification and… the court will let you know whether it's possible. You haven't provided enough detail as to the grounds. File a motion for modification and the court will let you know whether it's possible. You haven't provided enough detail as to the grounds. File a motion for modification and the court will let you know whether it's possible. You haven't provided enough detail as to the grounds.
You can get a copy from any registry office - on payment of a standard fee.
You can get in touch with the Vital Statistics office, if this is for US. For other countries you might have to get to the register office, they might help you out.
Contact the court where the divorce was granted. YOu can obtain a copy of the decree in person or by mail. Contact the court where the divorce was granted. YOu can obtain a c…opy of the decree in person or by mail. Contact the court where the divorce was granted. YOu can obtain a copy of the decree in person or by mail. Contact the court where the divorce was granted. YOu can obtain a copy of the decree in person or by mail.
Free copy can be obtained if you meet the fee waiver requirement.Otherwise your attorney would have a copy in his records, tryasking them. They might charge you a small admini…strative fee to gothrough the records and scan or mail it to you.