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A certified divorce certificate is a legal document that is proof of the end of the marriage. It typically has an embossed seal and can be requested through a Vital Records Office or the court that issued the divorce. Other paperwork related to the divorce, including divorce papers, may not be valid for legal purposes.Are divorce certificates required to remarry after a divorce?
In some states, you must show proof of divorce before you are allowed to apply for a new marriage license. This may include a certified or uncertified divorce certificate, a divorce decree, or simply disclosure of any prior marriages.What is the difference between a divorce certificate and a divorce decree?
Both the divorce certificate and the divorce decree include information about the end of a marriage and can serve as proof that the marriage ended, but the documents are issued by two different offices. Divorce certificates are most commonly issued by a Vital Records Office or the Health Department, while divorce decrees are issued by the court that granted the divorce.