Pulaski County has got everything its residents need in terms of vital records. Divorce records, for instance, can already be accessed through the Probate Court or through the County Clerk’s Office in the county level. Anyone in Pulaski County with a legitimate reason can place an entreaty and retrieve these documents through the aforementioned entities.
In Pulaski County and any other counties in Georgia, it is the duty of the local Probate Judge to finalize a verdict of a divorce decree. Records of such proceeding are then archived in the county’s probate court. In the state level, these files along with any other vital records, are housed in the Department of Public Health specifically in the Bureau of Vital Statistics. Each copy of a Pulaski County divorce record costs $10 whereas any additional copy requested requires a fee of $5 each.