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Obtaining Records

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In response to COVID-19: To the extent possible, those seeking copies of public records are encouraged to avoid in-person visits and use alternative options. You may request copies of public records via email, phone, fax, or mail.  Details on public records request options may be found below.

You may access court calendars, case histories and minute entries for the following case types:

  • Civil
  • Criminal
  • Family Court
  • Probate and Tax Court

You may also obtain plain or certified copies of the following: 

  • Marriage Licenses
  • Divorce Decrees

In no event shall the Superior Court or the Clerk of the Court, be liable for damages of any nature, including any loss of profits, lost savings or other incidental or consequential damages arising out of your use or inability to use this Internet service. Any and all information contained within the Superior Court's database is recorded with an understanding that the information is true and correct in as far as all aspects of the documents physically filed with the Clerk of the Superior Court. The Clerk of the Superior Court makes no warranty of any kind with respect to data or documents accessed, unless an original document with the Clerk of the Court filing stamp can be produced to substantiate proof of filing or error.

For Licenses and Decrees

Marriage License
Divorce Decrees

Options for Obtaining Records

By Mail
By Phone
By Fax
By Email