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Process for ordering court records works in Ohio

The check or money order should be paid to treasurer, state of Ohio. All personal checks are accepted. You may also call or visit to the website in order to verify current fees. The request may take about 10-12 weeks.

However, if you are not aware of the date or place of event, you can also request for a search of the state vital statistics office files and records. The actual fee for a search is about three dollars per name for each ten years. All the payments should be made in advance. The search fee for each name is three dollars for each ten years that is searched. Once the search process is accomplished, you would be informed in case, the record is found.

The court records in Ohio were not recorded by law before 1867. There are some records from some countries before 1867. However, records of births, marriages and deaths are not available in Ohio before this date.

You can make a request for birth certificates dating from December 20, 1908 onwards, death certificates from January 1, 1945 onwards, Marriage certificates from 1949 onwards and divorce certificates from 1949 onwards. For birth certificate, you need to pay $9.00, for death certificate $9 per, for marriage and divorce certificate $0.03 per page.

For more details on ordering court records works in Ohio, you can visit the official website at the address mentioned below: www.ohio.gov

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