How do I find out if someone is divorced in Mississippi?

How do I find out if someone is divorced in Mississippi?

Search for a Divorce Records For more information or questions about vital records, contact our Vital Records office at or visit the Vital Records Department home page for health statistics, vital records, reports and data.

How much is it to get a divorce in Mississippi?

Court costs will vary, depending on the county in which you file your divorce complaint. The cost of filing the forms for divorce is around $52. There may be additional costs for serving (delivering) copies of the divorce complaint to your spouse ($25 usually covers the formal delivery of divorce papers).

How do I find old obituaries in Mississippi?

One excellent source of information for Mississippi is the official government website, The website contains extensive information about where you can find obituaries and other death records, complete with links to the respective information repositories.

How do I find court records in Mississippi?

Information on the courts in Mississippi and obtaining court records can be obtained from the state’s administrator of the courts website. Many current court cases can be searched online through the state’s Mississippi Electronic Courts (MEC) portal. The court’s open records policy can be found here.

How do I find out if someone is married in Mississippi?

Mississippi marriage records are maintained by state and county officials. You can order a copy of a marriage record from MSDH, and you can have us search for the county in which the marriage license was issued.

How do you look up an obituary?

Nowadays, many obituaries can be found online, published digitally on the websites of newspapers and funeral homes, as well as on remembrance sites like Legacy. The local library remains a good place to look for older obituaries, with library newspaper archives often dating back a century or more.

Are police reports public in Illinois?

Illinois Public Records The act specifies that all records, documents, and information produced by a government or law enforcement agency is presumed public and available to all U.S. citizens. This exempts records deemed private through legal action of the original record subject or by the state in a court of law.