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Idaho Marriage & Divorce Vital Records

Idaho marriage divorce recordsCapitol: Boise
Most Populous City: Boise
Total Area: 83, sq mi 
Total Population ():
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Laws concerning the recording of Idaho marriages date back to the first Territorial Legislative Assembly in , but most marriages were not recorded. Records from are located at the county courthouse or on microfilm, with marriages through the s in a "Western States Historical Marriage Record Index" available online at the Brigham Young University-Idaho website. The first Territorial Legislative Assembly also provided that district courts had jurisdiction over divorce cases in ; they were considered to be civil cases. Statewide recording of the Idaho vital records for marriages and divorces was initiated in May through the Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics. Idaho marriage records and Idaho divorce records are also subject to strict privacy laws, considered legally confidential for 50 years. Certified copies can be acquired by mail from the Bureau of Vital Records or by fax/online through VitalChek.

For more information on Idaho vital records, visit Idaho Birth & Death Vital Records

Idaho Vital Records Offices


Record Type: Marriage Certificates
Vital Records
PO Box
Boise, ID
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Business Hours: 8AM-5PM
Record Access Requirements: Records are confidential for 50 years. Only immediate family members and legal representatives may obtain recent records, others may obtain records with a notarized release from a family member or person of record.

Records Available: Divorce Records
Vital Records
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Boise, ID
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Business Hours: 8AM-5PM
Note: This agency only maintains certificates of divorce; copies of decrees are available through the court system.
Record Access Requirements: Records are confidential for 50 years and are available only to immediate family members, legal representatives, and a person with a notarized signed release from persons of record or immediate family.

Records Available: Statewide Court Records
Administrative Director of the Courts
Clerk of the Courts
PO Box
Boise, ID
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Business Hours: 9AM-5PM
Note: For tribal court information, visit www.isc.idaho.gov/tribalmn.htm.

Records Available: Criminal Records
State Repository
Bureau of Criminal Identification
S Stratford Dr, Ste
Meridian, ID
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Business Hours: 8AM-4PM
Note: A signed release is not required, but suggested; see below.
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Records Available: Incarceration Records
Idaho Department of Corrections
Records Bureau
N. Orchard Street, Suite
Boise, ID
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Business Hours: 8AM-5PM

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Idaho Divorce Index - FamilySearch Historical Records

What is in This Collection?[edit | edit source]

The collection consists of an index to divorces created by the Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics; covering divorces filed between May 1, and December 31, Divorces before the twentieth century were uncommon in Idaho and in some places illegal. Records of divorces contain data on family members, their marital history, their property, residences, and dates of other important events such as the children's births.

Some of the earliest divorces were granted by state legislatures and may be listed in legislature records. County officials began keeping divorce records as soon as a court was established in the area. Early divorce actions are found in dockets, minutes, and case files of the county, circuit, or district court. In some areas of the United States, divorces have been under the jurisdiction of a chancery, common pleas, domestic, probate, superior, or supreme judicial court.

Divorce records are often open to the public and can be obtained by contacting the clerk of the court. You will also find clues to separations and divorces in local newspapers.

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What Can These Records Tell Me?[edit | edit source]

The following information may be found in these records:

Divorce

  • Names of husband and wife
  • Date of divorce
  • Divorce place
  • Certificate number

How Do I Search This Collection?[edit | edit source]

Before searching this collection, it is helpful to know:

  • The name of the individual
  • The approximate date of the divorce

Search the Index[edit | edit source]

Search by name on the Collection Details Page.
  1. Fill in the search boxes in the Search Collection section with the information you know
  2. Click Search to show possible matches

How Do I Analyze the Results?[edit | edit source]

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What Do I Do Next?[edit | edit source]

I Found the Person I Was Looking For, What Now?[edit | edit source]

  • Add any new information to your records
  • Search for vital records, such as birth, marriage, and death
  • Order the divorce decree
  • Search for the family in census records
  • Search for land and probate records

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  • If your ancestor does not have a common name, collect entries for every person who has the same surname. This list can help you find possible relatives
  • If you cannot locate your ancestor in the locality in which you believe they lived, then try searching records in a nearby county
  • Try different spellings of your ancestor’s name
  • Remember that sometimes individuals went by nicknames or alternated between using first and middle names

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Open Public Record Act:

Idaho&#;s Public Records Law allows the general public to monitor the actions of state and local government bodies by providing them access to government records. This means that you can request to inspect and obtain copies of public records from government agencies. However, there are certain exceptions to this law such as records that invade personal privacy, medical records, criminal investigations, records that disclose investigative techniques, and criminal records.

Birth Records:

The Idaho Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics is responsible for maintaining all birth records filed from July to the present. You can obtain copies of these records by mail. You will need to complete a certificate request form and submit it along with a photocopy of your photo ID such as a driver&#;s license or passport. You will also need to include a check or money order made payable to Idaho Vital Records to pay for the certificate copy. The standard processing time is two to three weeks after receipt of the application. The cost of a certificate is $ You&#;ll also be charged a special handling fee of $5. For rush requests, an additional $10 will be required.

You can also submit a request online through a third party vendor, VitalChek. Payments will be made using credit cards. Take note that additional fees will be charged by the company for providing the service. The standard processing time is 5 to 7 business days after receipt of request.

Marriage Records:

Marriages filed from May to the present in the state of Idaho can be found in the office of the Idaho Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics. You can obtain copies of these records by mail. You will need to complete a certificate request form and submit it along with a photocopy of your photo ID such as a driver&#;s license or passport. You will also need to include a check or money order made payable to Idaho Vital Records to pay for the certificate copy. The standard processing time is two to three weeks after receipt of the application. The cost of a certificate is $ You&#;ll also be charged a special handling fee of $5. For rush requests, an additional $10 will be required.

You can also submit a request online through a third party vendor, VitalChek. Payments will be made using credit cards. Take note that additional fees will be charged by the company for providing the service. The standard processing time is 5 to 7 business days after receipt of request.

Divorce Records:

All divorce records filed from May to the present in the state of Idaho are maintained in the Idaho Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics. You can obtain copies of a divorce certificate online through a third party vendor, VitalChek, or by mail. When ordering online, you will need to make a payment using your credit card and additional fees will apply for using the service. The processing time for an online request is usually working days.

For requests submitted by mail, you will be required to submit a completed certificate request form and a photocopy of your photo ID such as a driver&#;s license or passport. You will also need to include a check or money order made payable to Idaho Vital Records to pay for the certificate copy. The standard processing time is two to three weeks after receipt of the application. The cost of a certificate is $ You&#;ll also be charged a special handling fee of $5. For rush requests, an additional $10 will be required.

Death Records:

The Idaho Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics maintains all records of deaths filed from July to the present. You can request for a copy of a death certificate by mail. To do so, you will need to complete a certificate request form and submit it along with a photocopy of a valid picture ID such as a driver&#;s license or passport. You will also need to include a check or money order made payable to Idaho Vital Records to pay for the certificate copy. The standard processing time is two to three weeks after receipt of the application. The cost of a certificate is $ You&#;ll also be charged a special handling fee of $5. For rush requests, an additional $10 will be required.

You can also submit a request online through a third party vendor, VitalChek. Payments will be made using credit cards. Take note that additional fees will be charged by the company for providing the service. The standard processing time is 5 to 7 business days after receipt of request.

Missing People:

The Idaho State Police maintains a Missing Person Clearinghouse that provides a central location for information and resources to assist law enforcement agencies in their efforts to locate missing persons in the state. The website lists the different categories used for missing persons cases which you can use to filter your search. You can access statistics on missing persons, get information on how to contact the clearinghouse, and forms that you can download such as checklists for missing persons, guides for parents, and resources for child care providers.

Elected Officials:

You can learn all about your elected officials from the Official Website of the State of Idaho. It lists the various state officials such as the governor (currently C.L. &#;Butch&#; Otter), attorney general, and congressmen. It also links to their websites and political parties. If you&#;re not sure which elected official is serving your area, you can use the Who&#;s My Legislator application which enables you to enter your street address and zip code to locate which elected officials are in your district.

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Idaho Public Records

Certificate Information

You can get almost all vital records and statistics from the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. The earliest records available for births and deaths is July The oldest marriage or divorce records available are from May Birth records are considered confidential for years while death, marriage and divorce records are confidential for 50 years. After that time period all records are considered public records and available by anyone for genealogical research.

Records are usually processed in days after receiving the order. Rush orders will cut the time down to days at a cost of an additional $5 dollar fee. A computer printed death certificate costs $14 dollars while all other records cost $ Certified photocopies cost $18 dollars and $19 dollars respectively.

Idaho Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics
PO Box
Boise, ID

• Vital Statistic Certificate Request

Records are also available for order online and by fax.

Adoption Records

All adoption records are sealed after filing and considered confidential records. Only a court order can open the records for viewing. To help facilitate the collection of medical information, geneology searches and searches for birth relatives, the state manages the Idaho Voluntary Adoption Registry.

• Voluntary Adoption Registry (PDF)

Property Records

Records regarding property sales, parcel records, land statistics and tax values is handled by the County Assessor.

• Ada County Assessor Land Records
• Canyon County Property Assessment Maps
• Kootenai County Assessor's Office Parcel Information Search
• Bonneville County Web GIS
• Bannock County Assessor Online Parcel Viewer

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About Divorce Records in Idaho

In Idaho, Divorce Records are the responsibility of the Idaho Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics. In Idaho, access to state Divorcel Records is restricted for 50 years from the date of the event. During the restriction period, vital records may only be accessed by the registrant, immediate family, or a legal representative.

Divorce records can also be found in the District or Magistrate court in the county where the divorce action was filed. Please refer to CourtReference Idaho for help in locating Idaho court records.
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Idaho Divorce Records

If you are listed on a divorce record, you are the child or parent of someone listed on a divorce record, or you are the legal representative of someone listed on a divorce record, you may obtain a certified copy. This is a legal document that can be used for personal and financial reasons. It?s available at the clerk?s office where the divorce took place for a small fee.

It?s most easily obtained by visiting the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare?s Vital Records office in person or online to obtain a copy. To find what you need here, you?ll need more specific information.

&#; Your name
&#; Photo identification
&#; Month, day, year of divorce
&#; County where the divorce was finalized
&#; Reason for needing a copy of this paperwork

You can fill out the online application, call the office, or visit in person. You?ll need to arrive prior to 3 pm to find same-day service, or you?ll come back the following day to pick up your records. Each record will cost, but the cost is based on the type of record you order, how many you order, and whether you get it at the Vital Records office or a local clerk of court.

Divorce records in Idaho are also handed out on a non-certified basis if you just want a copy for your own personal reasons. Call the local vital records or clerk of court?s office to inquire about the cost of one of these.

Idaho Divorce Records

How can I get a certified copy of my Idaho divorce certificate?

1. Contact the courthouse clerk where you filed for divorce 2. Request a certified copy of your divorce certificate 3. Fill out the proper form and show a government ID 4. Pay the nominal fee and the certificate will be mailed to you


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