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Process for ordering court records works in Missouri

Any check or money order to obtain court records in Missouri, you need to pay check or money order to Missouri Department of Health. All personal checks are accepted. If you want to confirm current fees, you can call or visit the website.

To obtain birth records from January 1910, you need to pay ten dollars for a 5 year search. You should include the place of birth, full date of birth, fathers full name, mother’s full maiden name, your relationship with the individual and the reason for your request with the application.

You can obtain certified copies from local county health departments or the St. Louis City Health Department or Kansas city Health Department. For birth records between the period 1883-1893, you should contact the Missouri State Archives.

For death records from January 1910, you need to pay ten dollars. Your request should include the full name appeared on the certificate, the full date of death, place of death and your relationship with the person named on certificate and the valid reason for your request. The local county health departments would provide you certified copies of Missouri death records. You need to get in touch with the Missouri State Archives.

For marriage and Divorce records from July 1, 1948, you need to shell out ten dollars. If you want actual license for these records, you need to contact the recorder of deeds in the county where the marriage took place and the circuit clerk’s office for the county that issued the divorce decree respectively.

For more details on ordering court records works in Missouri, you can visit the official website at the address mentioned below:

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