With us Divorce Decree Apostille is easy! 1-2-3 and you are done!
1. Download and complete our order form.
2. Send your original document along with the completed order form to our office.
3. Get your apostilled Divorce Decree at your address in any part of the world!
Check out Our Services page for details and instructions on how to begin the process of legalizing your documents for use in a foreign country.
The apostilled divorce decree is often mandated by foreign countries to attest that you are presently not married. In certain cases, additional documentation including but not limited to an apostilled birth certificate and/or background check are also required for verification.
You can request a divorce decree from the Office of Vital Records in the county court where the divorce was filed. You can arrange that a divorce decree is either mailed to your address, or you can pick it up in person from the court clerk’s office.
If you used an attorney to help you with divorce proceedings, you should have received a certified copy of the divorce decree from your attorney’s office. If you did not receive a certified copy of your divorce decree, your attorney can request a copy from the court on your behalf and mail it to you. An attorney can also recommend an agency that can redeem the divorce decree directly from the court.
Multichoice Apostille provides apostille service for divorce decrees issued by all of the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
Depending on the country requesting an apostilled divorce decree, you may also be required to supply a translation of a divorce decree. Please let us know if you need help finding a certified translator.
An apostille is issued on a divorce decree if a country requesting it is a member of the Hague Apostille Convention. If you use your divorce decree in a non-member country of the Hague Apostille Treaty, you will be required to go through a different form of divorce decree legalization - a special authentication through the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., and legalization through the Embassy /Consulate office.
Obtaining an Apostilled Divorce Decree is a complex process and should always be handled by professionals only. Remember that trusting your important documents to incompetent persons who are unfamiliar with the specifics of each country, may lead you to lost money, and delays of your important business by weeks, or even months. Complicated matters must be handled by experts, and that’s why we recommend that you should let Multichoice Apostille take care of obtaining a Divorce Decree Apostille.