Nevada Public Records
It can be time consuming to find the records that you need if you are not sure where to search. The State of Nevada has a central location where a person can order birth and death certificates. That location is the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health which is a part of The Department of Health and Human Services. The site allows you to fill out an order form online and order the records that you require once you pay the requisite fee.
Birth and Death Records
Both birth and death records from November 1, 1911 forward are available through the site at a cost of $20.00. Birth and death records in the State of Nevada are considered confidential, so they will only be released to a qualified applicant defined as a direct family member by marriage or by blood, a legal guardian, a legal representative or the registrant. This is to reduce the possibility of fraud and identity theft.
The physical office is located at:
Office of Vital Records
4150 Technology Way, Suite 104
Carson City, Nevada 89706
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marriage Certificates and Divorce Decrees
Marriage Certificates and Divorce Decrees are available through the Vital Records and Statistics State Office. These documents are held at the county level, so you will need to determine what county you were married or divorced in and then order the appropriate document from that county. You may also have to call the county to determine what the applicable fee is, some of them range. You will need to complete the appropriate form. Once you open the form, you can scroll down and find a list of counties with their contact information included.
Whether you are applying for a job or your employer is asking you to provide a record, you can access everything you need from the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. In order to obtain a complete driver report you must provide personal information including your Drivers Licence Number, your full name, address, date of birth, and social security number. This is all information that only you would have and in order to access the site, you have to agree that you are obtaining your own personal information and that you are the person entitled to receive it.
These records are available through the county websites. Each county has its own site, so you need to access the individual county’s site to find the specific property records you are searching for. This site has a list of the counties and the links to each county’s website.
Nevada Court Records
If you are searching for specific court records, you will need to know the level of court (District, Justice, and Municipal) and then the county court from inside that particular link. This site can help you to contact the court clerk to find out how you can access the information that you seek. Courts are divided into levels and then counties through the links that are provided on the website.