Note: There are all sorts of reasons why you may wish to retrieve someone's divorce records. Divorce records are filed in the county where the divorce took place. You will find all sorts of information in a divorce file including the spouse's name, date and place of marriage, and the names and birthdates of any children. Lots of interesting financial information will be included, like credit card numbers and balances, tax returns, and such. The disposition of all marital assets (i.e. houses, vehicles with VIN numbers, stocks, etc.) and child custody will be also be specified, as well as if there is any alimony or child support to be paid.
Accusations regarding girlfriends or boyfriends and their names will might also be listed. Allegations of physical abuse, mental abuse or child abuse might be listed. If there were any restraining orders filed against anyone involved, that information might also be here. If you don't know which county the divorce was filed in, you may write to the appropriate state agency and request that a search be done for the entire state. Once you have the case number, you can write to the county where the case was filed to get the entire file.
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