South Carolina Court Record Search

Try a Preliminary Court Records Search by Entering as Much information as you can in the fields below and click "search now"

First name: *
Last name: *
Middle name:
State *
* Required Fields

+ See Acceptable Use Policy and Terms at the Bottom of this Page

Process for ordering court records works in South Carolina

To obtain vital records in South Carolina, you need to pay check or money order to the Department of Health and Environmental Control. The current fees can be confirmed from the official website. Any additional copy of these records that you request for would cost you about three dollars each.

For birth and death records in South Carolina from January 1, 1915 onwards, you need to pay fifteen dollars each. The access to these records here is limited to the person named on the certificate, the parent’s name on the certificate, a legal representative or guardian.

You should include information related to the name of the individual recorded on the birth or death certificate, date of birth/death, place of birth/death, full name of father, full maiden name of mother, your relationship with the individual, your telephone number, your mailing address and your signature. Any earlier records can be requested from the county health department for the county.

For marriage and divorce records, from July 1, 1911 and 1962 onwards, you need to pay about twelve dollars each. These records are limited to the married or divorced parties, their children (adult), present or ex-spouse or a legal representative.

You need to provide the full names of the married or divorced parties, date of marriage/divorce, place of marriage/divorce, your daytime telephone number with area code, your signature and mailing address with application.

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

Be Sociable, Share!

Entry Filed under: state court records

Court Records by State

Most Recent Stories