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Process for ordering court records works in Indiana

The process for ordering court records works in Indiana is very easy. All you require to do is to create a check or money order and provide some legal information. The current fees can be confirmed from the telephone number or website of the Indiana state department of health. The request for the same record can also be placed in person via writing or telephone with a major credit card.

To obtain a birth court record from 1907, you need to spend six dollars and a death court record from 1900 can be obtained via spending four dollars.

All requests for birth and death certificates require proper identification. The state department of health will charge one dollar extra for each additional copy of same record issued at the same time.

In case of state death certificates, you need to provide the specific city or county of death. In case, the exact date of death is not known, you need to indicate the five year period to be searched. The county can also be searched from 1900-1918. The fees you pay for search is not refundable.

The cost of court record copy of marriage varies. The marriage records starting from the territorial period to the current date are properly maintained at the county level.

The divorce records are not kept at the state level. You need to request a divorce of certificate from the clerk of the circuit court for the county where the divorce has actually occurred.

For further information on legal records, you can visit the state’s official website at the following address:

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