How do I get a copy of my divorce certificate in California?
Certified copies of divorce decrees are available from the Superior Court in the county where the decree was granted. CDPH only has divorce records from 1962-1984, while records for other dates must be obtained from the County Recorder’s office in the appropriate county.
How do I get a copy of my divorce papers in Alameda County?
To get copies of divorce documents, go to the courthouse and ask for a copy or send a request through the mail. To request a copy by mail, send us: Your written request, A check payable to the Superior Court, and.
How long does a default divorce take in California?
What happens if you don’t respond to divorce papers in California?
If you do not respond to your spouse or partner’s petition for divorce or separation or you file a response but reach an agreement, your case will be considered either a “default” or an “uncontested case.” In a “true default” case, you are giving up your right to have any say in your divorce or legal separation case.