Divorce is a painful and sensitive subject to discuss. The whole experience of a divorce is not only emotionally tiring but physically exhausting as well. But when all is said and done, when both people had moved on, remarriage is possible. There is life after divorce. But moving forward does not allow you to escape your past. For a person to remarry there must be proof that the previous marriage is no longer in existence. The proof of this existence is found in the divorce record which is known as a divorce decree. This reminder, although painful, is important; it’s a good thing that obtaining a copy of this document is a lot easier than the divorce experience.
Remarriage is one of the things a person can do to have a fulfilling and happy life after a divorce. Sadly, remarriage means revisiting documents that can bring up the painful past. Why do we need these documents? Because the law dictates that before a person can be remarried, the past marriage should be dissolved and cleared. This is the main function of a divorce decree which is to declare that the previous marriage has ended and is legally recognized by the court.
Obtaining a divorce decree in Pierce County has never been simpler. All a person has to do is to visit county’s Superior Court or the Probate Court. From there you can search from the archives by name or by case number. Once you found your divorce record all you have to do is purchase it and have it printed then and there. Typically, a divorce record in Pierce County costs $5 each copy.