Question from MarcusP
I have a question about getting divorce records from the State of Idaho. I called the county clerk’s office in the city I am looking for records in and after spending 2 really frustrating hours on the phone – I got referred to more offices and then finally hung up on. Instead of repeating that exercise in futility, I went online to search for divorce records and found it’s a huge scam with places advertising free divorce records and only going to their website is free. What’s the deal with that? How can I get divorce records without it being such a hassle?
Answer from Divorce Records.us.com
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