Oklahoma Marriage & Divorce Vital Records
Most Populous City: Oklahoma City
Total Area: 69,960 sq mi
Total Population (2010): 3751351
Oklahoma vital records are maintained and issued by the Clerk of Court in the county of issuance. See http://www.naco.org/Counties/Pages/FindACounty.aspx for a complete list of Oklahoma counties and the appropriate clerks of the court. You may also approach the state office, which will then forward your request to the appropriate county. County requirements vary, but Oklahoma marriage records are often available by walking in, telephone, and fax. Information regarding Oklahoma divorce records may be limited to whether the person has actually been granted the divorce and the date and county in which the divorce was granted. You will not be able to know the reason for the divorce, issues related to settlement, child custody and other personal details about the parties involved.For more information on Oklahoma vital records, visit Oklahoma Birth & Death Vital Records
Oklahoma Vital Records Offices
Record Type: Marriage Certificates, Divorce Records
Note: Marriage and divorce records are found at county level. The record should be requested from the county courthouse in the county where the marriage or divorce was filed or granted.
Records Available: Statewide Court Records
Administrative Office of Courts
1915 N Stiles, #305
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Business Hours: 8AM-5PM
Note: Direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Records Available: Criminal Records
OK State Bureau of Investigation
Criminal History Reporting
6600 N Harvey
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Business Hours: 8:30AM-4:30PM
Note: A record request form is available at the website. Questions may be directed to sylvia,email@example.com.
Record Access Requirements: The agency offers billing accounts for entities ordering more than 50 requests per month.
Search Note: A signed release is not required. 100% of the records are fingerprint-supported. A sex offender search will also be included with search but only if requested.
Records Available: Incarceration Records
Oklahoma Department of Corrections
PO Box 11400
Oklahoma City, OK 73136
Business Hours: 8AM-5PM
Record Access Requirements: Records are maintained indefinitely. Paper records go back 10 years.
Search Note: Location, DOC number, physical identifiers, conviction and sentencing information, and release dates are provided.
Oklahoma County Marriage & Divorce Vital Records
- Adair County
- Grant County
Le Flore County
- Nowata County
Roger Mills County
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