We are often asked where one can find divorce and family law records online? In today’s digital age, many Georgia counties have divorce records online. Some are available for purchase, some are online for free, and some just show that the record exists and to obtain a copy you need to go in person to the clerk’s office for that specific county. But generally speaking, divorce records are open to the public in Georgia. However, sometimes finding them online can be a little challenging and some services online act like you need to pay them to obtain records when instead you can obtain divorce records yourself for free or for a far reduced price if you do it yourself. Here are several online judicial links to finding records in Georgia for divorce or family law cases.
Links to judicial search
Certainly, the above list is a sample and not an exhaustive list of the counties available online. For a specific county not on this list, I would suggest you google the county you’re searching for followed by “superior court records” or “superior court clerk” or something similar as a good starting point. It’s better to search by county then city such as Atlanta divorce records.
Hope this list helps you and as always feel free to reach out with suggestions or questions.