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Pierce County Marriage Records

Status is something that follows the person no matter where he or she may go, and it is because of that that it is often important that a person knows if the claimed status is real. Take, for example, a marriage. It is one of the few things that could actually change the status of a person, hence, the reason why a person normally could not get married to another person while his marriage still subsists. To prove the existence of marriage that would allow the status of a person to come into play, there is often the need to present records, and the best records that one could produce to prove the existence of a marriage would be marriage records like Piece County Marriage Records.

To be sure, Marriage Records Pierce County are public records, and this means that the originals could not be taken out of the archives where they are actually kept. Copies of the same, however, are available to the general public at all times, even if the person who would request for them actually has no reason to request for them other than the fact that he is curious about the marriage record in question.

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It is important, therefore, that a person knows where he or she could obtain copies of Pierce County Marriage License Records, and in general, there are two sources where one could obtain a copy of marriage records. The first would be at the local or county level, and this would be the province of the local probate court where the marriage record was issued in the first place. Note that the probate courts have territorial jurisdiction, which means that a marriage record issued by the probate court of a particular county would, most likely, not be in the archives of another county. The procedure that is followed at this level does require the person who wants to make the request to travel to the probate court where the records are kept, but note that this procedure is actually faster because the records would be made available at the same day as the records were requested for.

Copies of GA Marriage Records are also available at the state or national level, and this would be through the Office of Vital Records of the Georgia Department of Health. The procedure followed at this level requires the person to first obtain a copy of a request form from the website of the department of health and accomplish the same. Note that when the form is sent to the office for processing, it must be accompanied by a money order or check to answer for the required fee which is ten dollars for the first copy of the records requested, plus another five dollar for every additional copy of the exact same record that would be requested at the same time.

Finally, it is also possible to request for marriage records online through the use of online databases. Faster and more efficient, these online databases are easy to locate and even easier to use because they only require the most basic knowledge of internet search engines to use. In addition, most of these privately owned databases would require only the most minimum of fees for the use of their services.

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A request for marriage records may be done at the state level by following the procedure given below

  • From the website of the Georgia Department of Health, obtain the necessary application form
  • Accomplish the application form. Try not to leave any blanks in the form.
  • Make a money order or check to answer for the required fee and attach the same to the form.
  • Attach a self-addressed and stamped envelope with the application form.
  • Send all attachments and the application form to the Office of Vital Records for processing.
  • Wait for the office to send you all the record that you had requested for using the envelope that you had given.

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Other pertinent information may be accessed through the following links

  • Pierce County
  • County Clerk
  • District Attorney
  • Clerk of the Superior Court
  • Library
  • Georgia Department of Health
  • Office of Vital Records
  • Center for Disease Control Vital Records
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