California, San Diego Divorce Records Index, 1979 to 1999

The California, San Diego Divorce Records Index contains divorce records from 1979 up through 1999 and total an impressive 1,397,948 records. These divorce records were taken from the San Diego Superior Court and any person wanting more information on these divorce records can visit their website at San Diego Superior Court .

Information Available In This Collection

Divorce records in the California, San Diego Divorce Records Index include the date of the divorce, where the divorce occurred, the divorce certificate number, and the first and last names of both parties involved in the divorce.

About the San Diego Superior Court

The San Diego Superior Court maintains all original copies of the divorce records held in the California, San Diego Divorce Records Index. To learn how to get hard copies of divorce records, use the following contact information:

San Diego Superior Court
220 West Broadway
San Diego, CA 92101-3886
619-450-5700

Because California Rules of Court state that all court case files are public records and open to public inspection, individuals can view and obtain copies of any number of cases, including: criminal; civil, domestic (including divorce, child custody, legal separation and domestic violence); mental health; minor offenses (such as traffic violations); probate and small claims.

The comprehensive San Diego Superior Court website allows individuals to perform an online case search, locate files, view files and obtain copies of files.

The San Diego Superior Court website has an Online Case Search option that allows individuals to search for information regarding divorce records. Individuals can typically locate a divorce case if they know the name of the party associated with the case or the case number. Older records are often available on microfilm, which is available at each court location.

Some of the information provided regarding divorce cases through the San Diego Superior Court include: the case title; the case number; the case location; all parties involved in the case; and the case type. Once an individual locates the case number, he or she can view the original file.


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