Georgia like most states in the US is an open records state. Through its Sunshine Laws specifically the Open Records Law, citizens are entitled to all documents the state has recorded. These include vital registers. Anyone in the Peach state has the right to inspect, review, and copy all documents that are deemed public as per the law.
Albeit vital documents are public, divorce registers specifically certified copies are not at all open for public retrieval. Georgia began recording divorces since June 1952 and archives to these registers are kept by the Bureau of Vital Statistics in the Department of Public Health. Divorce events that occurred prior are not accessible at the State Office though. These documents especially certified divorce certificates are only available in the county level.