Rhode Island Court Record Search Process

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Process for ordering court records works in Rhode Island

All the checks or money orders should be mad payable to general treasures, state of Rhode Island. You should also call or visit the official website to verify the current fees. Any additional copy that you demand would require ten dollars each.

For birth and death records in Rhode Island from 1901 and 951 respectively, you should pay about fifteen dollars each. The state office usually keeps the birth records for 100 years and death records for fifty years. Any earlier record can be availed via writing an application to the city or town clerk where the event has actually occurred. You may also write to:

The Rhode Island State Archives
337 Westminster Street
RI 02903

You also need to include the following information with your request:

a) Your name
b) Your address
c) Your telephone number with area code
d) Your signature
e) The name of the individual in record
f) The place of birth/death
g) The date of birth/death
h) The reason for request
i) Father’s full name
j) Mother’s full maiden name
k) Your relationship with the individual

The marriage certificates from 1901 onwards will cost about fifteen dollars and the cost for divorce certificate varies.

The divorce certificate can be applied to:
The Clerk of Family Court
1 Dorrance Plaza
Providence, RI 02903

For more details on ordering court records works in Rhode Island you can visit the official website at the address mentioned below: www.ri.gov

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