The Divorce Decree is a document issued and written by the court. The divorce's terms and conditions are established and declared by the court. The judge's signature appears on the divorce judgment. The Divorce decree is then submitted to the proper agencies, such as the County Clerk of the County. Of course, the decree is filed in the same area where the divorce was issued.
Foreign countries frequently require an apostille for a divorce decree as proof that you are not currently married. In some cases, extra paperwork for verification may be needed, such as a birth certificate with an apostille and/or a background check.
The county court where the divorce was filed has an office of vital records where you can receive a divorce decree. A divorce decree may be picked up in person at the court clerk's office or requested to be mailed to your address.
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