Colorado Divorce Records

How To Access Colorado Divorce Records
Access to Colorado divorce records is mainly limited to the individuals named on the documents and their legal representatives as well as other authorized agencies. When requesting your record of a divorce that was granted in Colorado, it is necessary to include your reason, whether it is to obtain a certified copy of the certificate for legal purposes or to confirm that the dissolution of marriage was recorded in the state. The state office of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Vital Records Services provides verifications of statewide divorces as well as certified copies of dissolution of marriage certificates.

Both mail order and in person services are offered by the state office, but a quicker and more convenient way to obtain your offcial Colorado divorce record is to work with us. As an authorized provider of official Colorado divorce records obtained from the state office, we offer the 24/7 service that the state office cannot. We will guide you through the process to help you find the exact record of a divorce granted in Colorado. Just start filling out the secure search boxes you see on this website.

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Contact And Fee Information For Colorado Divorce Records

The current fee set by the Colorado Department of Public Health for a certified copy of a divorce certificate is $20. The amount is subject to change. By law, the fee must still apply to the records search if the record of the divorce isn’t found. If the record is located, the $20 fee includes one certified copy of the divorce certificate.

The Colorado Department of Public Health, Vital Records Section, also offers divorce verifications for $15. This fee does not include a certificate since the service provided in this case is to only confirm the existence of Colorado divorce records on file statewide.

We access Colorado divorce records officially from:
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Vital Records Section
4300 Cherry Creek Dr., South
Denver, CO 80246-1530

Divorce Records And Colorado Law
Citing the issue of identity theft as the reason, the state of Colorado has discontinued its public listings of personal divorce information on its website launched in 2003 for that purpose. This is why accessing Colorado divorce records from a secure website like this one where the public does not see your information is the best, quickest way to access your record.

We, as authorized Colorado state divorce record providers, never display any personal information of any kind. Rather, we provide a 100% secure search box system in which your data needed to locate an officical, certified copy of your divorce record, goes directly to us. We also ask you for only the essential information from you that is required by law to accesss your divorce record in Colorado.

Begin your safe Colorado divorce record search by following the prompts on the boxes you see on this page. We will provide your official records information as quickly as possible, so get started now on your Colorado divorce records search.