Divorce decrees are kept on file by the County Clerk's office where the divorce took place and can be requested by any of the involved parties or their authorized representatives. If the record is no longer there, it can... More »

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To obtain a copy of a divorce decree, visit or write a letter to the office of vital statistics where the divorce occurred, explains the Law Dictionary. The divorced individuals and members of their immediate family may ... More »

A certificate of divorce is often available from the state’s department of public health, the county recorder’s office or the Superior Court in the state or county where the divorce was filed, according to the Centers fo... More »

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To obtain a copy of a divorce decree, visit or write a letter to the office of vital statistics where the divorce occurred, explains the Law Dictionary. The divorced individuals and members of their immediate family may ... More »

Divorce mediation is a formal meeting with a third party mediator where divorcing couples seek ways to find solutions to spousal support, child custody and child support, according to About.com. In some cases, mediators ... More »

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Companies such as the Divorce Source and Rocket Lawyer offer free divorce forms available for download. Customers may choose the applicable state and a specific divorce packet, either for a case involving or not involvin... More »

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Divorce entitlements for a military spouse include commissary and exchange privileges plus full medical benefits, About.com notes. The marriage must have lasted at least 20 years, the military spouse must have performed ... More »

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