Divorce Records in the States | FamilyTree.com
Like any of the vital records a family historian needs, such as birth-marriage and death records, one that can also be important are any divorce records. Now none of your ancestors may have ever been divorced, but unfortunately many individuals in a family did 'hide the fact' they were divorced at one time. Since it is a civil matter to be officially divorced from a spouse, there have been official governmental documents.
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Back to Genealogy Basics - Marriage Records | Are You My Cousin?
Marriage records, like birth certificates, provide valuable information to the genealogy researcher. Beyond the date and the names of the bride and groom, more information can be gleaned from the record.
Reclaim the Records: Getting Access to Public Records
Learn about Reclaim the Records, an organization that is using freedom of information laws to get access to records that are supposed to be publicly available.