Divorce Records - Georgia public records

Divorce Records - GA Public Records Edit

The Vital Records office may conduct a search to determine the occurrence of a divorce, but no records may be issued through this office; certified copies of divorce certificates are available from the Clerk of the Superior court in the county where the divorce was granted. To request a search to confirm divorce, you must provide a signed request including the designated fee and the groom's name, bride's name, date of divorce, place of divorce, and the number of copies requested.

Physical Address:
Vital Records 2600 Skyland Drive Atlanta, Georgia 30319-3640
Contact: P: 404.679.4702 E: phvitalrecords@gdph.state.ga.us

Questions and Comments

1 Comment(s)Last comment at 2012-08-28 20:22 GMT

do i need  a copy of death certificate to get remarried ?  
Answer 2012-08-28 20:22 GMT

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