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How to Request Copies?

Requests for copies is $.50 per page. If certification is requested, an additional $25.00 per document will be assessed.

Please provide the following information:

  • Petitioner's and Respondent's name 
  • Case Number 
  • Specific documents requested 
  • Your telephone number

To request copies by mail, submit a check payable to 'Clerk of the Court'. DO NOT SEND CASH. If the total amount is unknown, indicated under the amount line 'not to exceed $30.00. The correct amount will be filled in and a receipt will be forwarded, along with the requested copies. All checks must be preprinted with makers name and address. Copy orders are filled within three to four weeks.

Please include a self addressed, stamped envelope large enough to accommodate the request.

Requesting Certified Judgments
To request a certified copy of a judgment (divorce decree), please provide us with a case number. If you do not know the case number, you must provide us with the full names of both parties at the time the divorce was filed and the approximate year of the filing. 

You may mail your request, along with a self-addressed envelope with sufficient postage and a check or money order for $15 to the address listed below or you may come into the office between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Requesting Copies of Paternity Cases
To request copies from a paternity case, you must come into the office and show picture identification. Information/copies can only be provided to the actual parties listed on the case!

Request for Copies Local Form


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