How do i find divorce records in Alameda County?

How do i find divorce records in Alameda County?

To get copies of divorce documents, go to the courthouse and ask for a copy or send a request through the mail. To request a copy by mail, send us: Your written request, A check payable to the Superior Court, and.

Can you efile in Alameda County Superior court?

Electronically File Court Documents with Odyssey eFileCA Effective Monday, July 1, 2019: The Superior Court of Alameda County will implement new electronic filing fees for non-exempt filers in Criminal and Juvenile cases.

How do I file a complaint in Alameda County?

  1.  Call Us. (510) 567-6700.
  2.  Email Us. [email protected]
  3.  Location. 1131 Harbor Bay Parkway, Alameda, CA 94502-6577. Map & Driving Directions.

Is the Superior Court of Alameda Open to the public?

Important Information: Beginning June 15, 2021, all courthouses are open to the public and most in-person services are restored. Welcome to the Superior Court of Alameda Employment Jury Duty Pay Your Traffic Ticket E-Filing Services Find Your Court Date Find your court date on Alameda County’s app. View Civil Case Records

Where can I find Alameda County Court records?

The Superior Court of California, County of Alameda, provides the public with online access to civil case records (documents and information) through DomainWeb. DomainWeb provides information about Probate and Family Law cases, but does not include information about General Civil , Criminal, Juvenile, or Traffic cases.

Where do I get a citations issued outside of Alameda County?

This site only handles Citations issued by agencies inside Alameda County. Please contact the respective County’s Superior Court Traffic Division for Citations issued outside Alameda County. Driving Under the Influence (DUI) cases are handled at the Criminal Division.

What are the duties of the California Supreme Court?

The Court shall fairly and efficiently resolve disputes arising under the law and shall apply the law consistently, impartially, and independently to protect the rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitutions of California and the United States.