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Originally Posted by bmw1122 View Post
Is there way to search old cases?

if they're not public is there a service that can dig up old cases if we know the name of the person involved?
The Central Registry of Divorce Proceedings

Start there. You will get the divorce information and know which court house it was done in. From there you can either go yourself and order the records and review them or you can hire a "service provider" to get them. If the file is huge it can be $$$ to get a copy. Most court houses charge $1 a page to photocopy. If the record is really old they will have to get it from archives and it can take months to get it.
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