A divorce is legal process in which a judge dissolves the marital bond existing between two individuals, hence restoring them to the ‘single’ status which allows them to marry another person. In the process of remarriage however, the history of the bonds of such matrimony must be perused as it is a major requirement.
Perusing divorce records entails conducting a divorce record search in various repositories, following certain protocols and applying applicable laws, and paying necessary fees. In Rockdale County, Georgia, these records are available both in the county and state level. Rockdale County has already got everything that the citizens need when it comes to vital records. The County Clerk’s Office serves as the county recorder and thus contains archives of vital records in Rockdale County. For divorce records, particularly, the Probate Court can be visited as it is in fact the Judge of the Probate Court who finalizes the verdict for any divorce filed in such county.