Harris county texas marriage certificate record
A public records request is a request to either inspect or copy or both, public records pursuant to the Texas Public Information Act ACT which gives the public the right to request access to government information. The ACT is triggered when a person submits a written request.
The request must include information that will allow the governmental agency opportunity to contact the requestor to ask questions about the request in order to respond to the request fully and in a timely manner, and the request must be clear enough to enable the City to conduct a meaningful search.
- marriage and divorce records sites.
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The City may ask questions about the request in order to respond to the request fully and in a timely manner. The City of Deer Park acknowledges that access to information is a fundamental and necessary right of every citizen of Deer Park.
Fort Bend County, TX
Please note that the City does not have copies of birth or death certificates or marriage license or divorce decrees. Please contact Harris County main number for this information.
Some public records are already provided for the public on the City of Deer Park website and are immediately available for viewing and downloading. The Tribunal Office will accept a photocopy of a certified civil document.
A marriage application and license can generally be found in the County Clerk's Office of the county and state in which the license was obtained. Rather than use the paid service that this website charges, it is much cheaper if you then contact the county office yourself and request the information to obtain the document s yourself. A divorce decree can generally be found in the District Clerk's Office of the county and state in which the divorce was obtained.
The divorce decree does not become final until it is signed and dated by the judge. Do NOT use the date that is sometimes at the beginning of the divorce petition.
This is the date when the divorce hearing took place and may differ from when the judge actually signed and dated the decree. Be aware that a county and state may issue a final divorce decree that is different from the divorce petition itself.