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Copies of a divorce decree may be obtained at the county courthouse where the divorce was granted. Two Options: Go to the county where the divorce was granted and request the paper file. If divorce was relatively recent you may go to any courthouse in Minnesota to access and print the document.
Divorce decrees are available from the county district court office that granted the divorce. The Minnesota Office of Vital Records does not record marriages or divorces.
Generally, an uncontested divorce in Minnesota can take as little as four to six weeks to finalize. The process can take longer to complete when contested, and could go to trial in case the parties involved cannot come to an agreement on key issues.
You can only get a copy of the divorce decree from the High Court in which the decree was issued. The court would require as many of the following details as possible to look up the particular decree: The divorce case number; The date of the divorce (day, month and year);
Divorce decrees are available from the county district court office that granted the divorce. The Minnesota Office of Vital Records does not record marriages or divorces.
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FamilySearch is a free website with indexes and some images to many Family History Library vital records collections. GenWed is a free genealogical research database for marriage records and a directory to other marriage records online for the United States.
Minnesota Court Records Online (MCRO) provides online access to many public Minnesota state district court records and documents.
Copies of a divorce decree may be obtained at the county courthouse where the divorce was granted. Two Options: Go to the county where the divorce was granted and request the paper file. If divorce was relatively recent you may go to any courthouse in Minnesota to access and print the document.
Generally, an uncontested divorce in Minnesota can take as little as four to six weeks to finalize. The process can take longer to complete when contested, and could go to trial in case the parties involved cannot come to an agreement on key issues.
You can only get a copy of the divorce decree from the High Court in which the decree was issued. The court would require as many of the following details as possible to look up the particular decree: The divorce case number; The date of the divorce (day, month and year);

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