Arizona Divorce Records
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Are Arizona divorce records publicly accessible?
Divorce records are public documents. Basically anyone can request them, and they are available to the public for viewing. But part of the record information may be made unavailable when there are children or domestic violence victims involved – the details about them may be sealed to protect their privacy and safety.
How to find a divorce record in Arizona?
The first thing you should do is look at the website of the court in Arizona. There you will know whether or not they maintain records of divorce cases online, whether they have the functionality for you to search divorce records in the state, and how you can access these records. Or if you know the county where the divorce took place, you can do that on the county court website.
Here you’ll find the portal to the Arizona divorce record database:
What information does a Arizona divorce record contain?
Divorce records in Arizona contain information about the marriage and divorce process of a couple, as well as the documents created during the process and proceedings. By looking into this information, you’ll be able to have a better understanding of the background information of both parties involved in this divorce.
Divorce records in Arizona usually contain information about the divorce process, such as:
- Date of marriage
- Date of divorce
- Names of spouses
- Name and address of the court where the divorce was filed
- Name and address of attorney for one or both parties
What are divorce certificates in Arizona?
A Arizona divorce certificate is a legal document that is to prove the dissolution of a marriage. It includes the basic information of the divorce (such as the date and location) as well as the parties involved (their names). You’ll be able to get the divorce certificate from the office that is keeping track of the divorce records in Arizona, and a lot of the time use it as a simple proof of divorce. An Arizona divorce certificate is a document that works in some limited uses: showing you’re single, applying for a name change, getting a passport or visa.
What are divorce decrees in Arizona?
A divorce decree in Arizona is a legal document that is filed with the court when a marriage has been terminated. It must include specific information about the spouses and their marriage, as well as any relevant information about property and children.
- A grant of all property rights to each spouse;
- A division of any property or debts acquired during the marriage;
- An order for custody and visitation in regards to any children from the marriage;
- An order for child support if one spouse will provide it to the other spouse.
In Arizona, divorce decrees are public and can be accessed through various sources, including state court websites, public libraries, or county clerk offices.