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Query to find if a person is married

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  • Query to find if a person is married

    Maybe a silly question...
    Is it possible to easily find if someone is still married or if they have divorced?
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    Not a silly question - though easy answer is go with your gut feeling ....


    However divorce records are public record

    https://raydensolicitors.co.uk/blog/...-files-public/

    https://www.gov.uk/copy-decree-absolute-final-order
    If you do not know the case number

    If you know which court issued the decree absolute or final order, you can ask them to search their records. It costs 45 to search a 10 year period.

    Give the court the date you think the case happened. The court will search 5 years of records either side of that date.

    If you cannot give them a date, the court will search the last 10 years of records.

    Send an email or letter to the court with your name and address, and how you want to pay.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Amethyst View Post
      Not a silly question - though easy answer is go with your gut feeling ....


      However divorce records are public record

      https://raydensolicitors.co.uk/blog/...-files-public/

      https://www.gov.uk/copy-decree-absolute-final-order
      If you do not know the case number

      If you know which court issued the decree absolute or final order, you can ask them to search their records. It costs 45 to search a 10 year period.

      Give the court the date you think the case happened. The court will search 5 years of records either side of that date.

      If you cannot give them a date, the court will search the last 10 years of records.

      Send an email or letter to the court with your name and address, and how you want to pay.
      Thanks - But if I have no idea as to which court to apply ? i assume then there is no single source of info ?

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