The Office of the State Registrar, Minnesota Department of Health, does not issue divorce records. Rather, the county courts have Minnesota divorce records available — mainly in the form of decrees. A divorce decree is usually several pages long with details of the court ruling such as specifics pertaining to custody, property and the division of debt repayment.
Rather than going to the county court to obtain your divorce records in person, or waiting weeks through mail order, a more popular solution today is to get the Minnesota dissolution of marriage record you need using an online service. As authorized, professional providers of Minnesota divorce records, we provide a hassle-free, accurate, search box system you can start using right on this page to access the official record you need.
The current fee set by the Court Administrator for a certified copy of a Minnesota divorce decree is $10. This amount is subject to change, but in accordance with US law, the fee will remain small. The fee includes a copy of the divorce record, if found. The small charge is non-refundable if the record is not located, according to Minnesota law, as it applies to the search itself.
As professional, authorized providers of Minnesota divorce records, we have a long history of success obtaining official dissolution of marriage record information in Minnesota’s 87 counties. When you use the accurate, secure search box system that begins on this page, we can help you locate the record you are looking for in any Minnesota county from Aitkin to Yellow Medicine and everywhere in between, including Carlton, Kandiyohi, Meeker, Pipestone, Sherburne and Traverse.
We work within the legal system to help you find official Minnesota divorce records using information from US court sources such as:
State Court Administrator’s Office
Minnesota Judicial Center
Suite 135, 25 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55155
Phone: (651) 296-2474
Since Minnesota is an “Open Records” state, anyone may access a divorce record. Unless Minnesota divorce records are sealed, they are a part of the public record. One common reason for wanting a copy of a Minnesota divorce decree is to use to confirm that a dissolution of marriage occurred, such as in the case of a dating background check Filling in the blanks in compiling a family history is another popular reason for searching for Minnesota divorce records. The parties named on the document may even want a copy of their own divorce record to check for accuracy and to keep it on file in their personal records.
Whatever your reason, we can help you access yours or another person’s Minnesota divorce record quickly and accurately. Make sure that you spell both names on the divorce documents correctly and note the county where the dissolution of marriage was granted, if known. Get started now filling in the search box on this page to access Minnesota divorce records the best way possible!