Alabama Marriage and Divorce Records Search
Does something seem slightly off about that Mr. Right you recently started dating? Does it seem too good to be true that he isn’t married and isn’t stringing you along? Or maybe you’re worried that the girl you met recently wasn’t recently divorced from some crazy, hulking ex-convict. While trust may be a building block of a relationship, it’s even more important to know that they are being truthful to you – and the Alabama Department of Public Health makes that an easy process.
You see, in Alabama, the marital status – or the divorce records – of any person married or divorced within the state are considered to be public knowledge. While you will have to pay a small fee (of $15) to the ADPH to access these records, you can do so at any time and for any reason.
Best of all, you don’t even need to explain your purpose or the reason why you need his or her marriage certificate or divorce record – and they will never find out you requested a copy of either.
To get started with hunting down marital records, like marriage certificates, then visit this link and fill out the accompanying form: http://adph.org/vitalrecords/index.asp?id=1562. Similarly, to perform the same type of inquiry but for a divorce record, then visit the following link and fill out that form: http://adph.org/vitalrecords/index.asp?id=1561.
If you have any questions about other Vital Records, or just want to see the website for the ADPH, then feel free to visit their homepage at http://adph.org.