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Obtain Divorce Records Using The Internet

By Lance Kinn

The truth is that all states, including the state of Illinois, have their own share of downsides especially when it comes to divorce cases. In fact, statistics shows a relatively higher percentage of divorce cases in Illinois than in any other states there is. Consequently, the retrieval of Illinois Divorce Records is not well facilitated as that of the other records such as Marriage, Birth, and Death. Searching for these documents should be done through the Division of Vital Records at the Illinois Department of Public Health.

The state of Illinois has designated two different departments or offices to address those concerns and requests for this information. If you just wanted to verify facts about divorces in Illinois particularly those that are dated since 1962, then you must address such concern to the Division of Vital Records since that’s the only thing that this office can do. Otherwise, if you needed a certified copy of a divorce record or information of that divorce case that took place prior to 1962, then the best place to go is the county office where the proceedings took place.

It is sad to say that it’s already becoming a common thing for couples to get separated everywhere in this world. Divorce has become a normal thing already. Because of that, it is also expected that the states’ Divorce Records is likewise getting higher in number and searching for these public records is no longer considered unusual in the community. Generally, if it were not because of the imposed policy of the Freedom of Information Act 1966, divorce records would not have been available for people’s view and use.

The personal information of the involved couple, their children’s, and when and where the divorce occurred are often included in that information that you will get from a divorce record. In addition, it also reveals other information like asset division, alimony, child custody, the reason why they got divorced, etc. Unless the case is considered as confidential by the state or the court, this information is consumable by any members of the public. Of course, the manner in which these records should be treated still depends on the jurisdiction of the state.

Technological advancement has helped a lot in terms of providing the people access to those Free Divorce Records. This time, you don’t have to deal with just a single option anymore. It is very much known to many that in order to have this information before, a request must be given to the state government office by way of walk-in, telephone, or fax. This time, that traditional way is no longer in because more and more people already prefer the convenience that is brought about by using the Internet.

Through the Internet, you will find a lot of private record providers that work better than digging through your government sources. You can either choose to go for that free-of-charge search sites or go with the fee-based sites. You just have to remember that although you’re safe from any expenses with those free ones, they don’t offer the best service there is that you need. Hence, it pays a lot if you would trust only those that guarantee high-quality type of service for only a minimal amount of charge. These providers are trusted to give you back your money’s worth because they will give you access to various helpful and linked databases where everything that you desire is in-stored and will be obtained in a very short period of time only.

Searching Free Public Divorce Records Online? Let us help you learn all about them and other categories of Public Records. Visit us at Illinois Divorce Records Online.

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Kinn, Lance "Obtain Divorce Records Using The Internet." Obtain Divorce Records Using The Internet. 12 Jul. 2010. 5 Aug 2014 <>.

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Kinn, L (2010, July 12). Obtain Divorce Records Using The Internet. Retrieved August 5, 2014, from

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