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  2. Allegheny County, PA Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records

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    Allegheny County, PA Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records In Allegheny County, birth and death records are available from 1906 on from the Division of Vital Records in New Castle. The fee is $10.00 per copy with valid identification. Marriage and divorce certificates may be obtained at the Allegheny County Courthouse in Pittsburgh. A non ...

  3. Pennsylvania Vital Records | StateRecords.org

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    Interested or eligible persons can obtain Pennsylvania divorce records from the clerk's office in the county courthouse where the document was issued. Requesters that wish to receive a divorce record must contact the Orphans Court Clerk of the appropriate judicial district and get a divorce record request application.

  4. How To Apply - Allegheny County Department of Court Records

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    A certified copy of the divorce decree issued by the courts contains a seal. Certified copies of divorce decrees may be obtained by contacting the Family Division of the Court in which the decree was granted (Civil/Family Division if decree was granted in Allegheny County).

  5. Vital Records - State Library of Pennsylvania

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    Divorce Records. Since 1804, Divorce Records have been kept in the Prothonotary's Office in the county where the divorce was granted. In addition, local newspapers frequently published notices of divorce actions. From 1682 to 1773, divorce could be granted by the Legislature or the Governor subject to royal veto by Royal Council.

  6. The Pennsylvania Judiciary has provided detailed updates regarding county-by-county court operations and proceedings. General information is also provided on our FAQ page. We continue to monitor developments regarding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on court operations.

  7. Family | Home

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    County of Allegheny. Administration. Civil. ... Receiving and Filing Documents with the Department of Court Records: ... (Divorce, Division of Marital Property ...

  8. Pennsylvania Divorce Records | View Divorce Records Online

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    James, you can contact the clerk of the courts in the county you were divorced in and request to get a certified copy of your Pennsylvania divorce records. If you know the county courthouse you filed your PA divorce decree you can typically make your request online or over the phone as well.

  9. Find Your Birth Time – Laurence Hillman, PhD

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    Long Form: Detailed, original certificate with time of birth noted. Usually available at county seat of birth. If this is unsuccessful, try the town, city or the state. Authorities store your birth information at the “Department of Vital Records” or “Birth and Death Records” or “Bureau (or Office) of Vital Records.”

  10. Pennsylvania Court Forms and Other Information ...

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    View and download a form to request records from Allegheny County Magisterial District Courts. Allegheny County Orphans' Court Forms View and download Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Orphans' Court forms, including claims, inventory, petitions of distribution, praecipe, receipt and release, and satisfaction of claim.

  11. What Is a Correct Date of Divorce: the Date of Filing or Date ...

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    The divorce decree is the official court order terminating your marriage. When the clerk of courts in your county enters the divorce decree into the official records, your divorce is final. As you can see, there are several important dates related to divorce actions. The date one spouse files a petition for divorce with the court starts the ...