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Texas Marriage Records

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

Texas marriage records
Why are Texas records so much more accessible than those of other states?

I have many ancestors and relatives who have lived in Texas, but I occasionally need to access birth, marriage, death records from other states, and many of them are not accessible through Ancestry.com or any other site.

Hmmm, I don’t know — it sounds unlikely that Texas has determined its policy on public records access entirely as a way to make money off of one specific website.

More likely, they just want to have a high level of customer service.

Texas Search Marriage

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

Texas search marriage
Load Testing of divorce and bigamy in Texas?

I am the second of three wives. My husband is a bigamist. I present a petition to declare not my wedding in Texas. However, when I go to court, I have to present evidence in court that my husband never divorced his first wife. Since there is no national database for weddings and divorces, how I can go to find the evidence? I'm pretty sure that divorce, in fact, he said he did not. However, I know that my words will not remain in a court of law. I tried to register a divorce in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas, and finds no record of these states. Also, no one knows how bigamy charges in Texas?

You must take proof of your research to the police station Local and file a police report. Is file a signed complaint, which is your word, and will be valid in a court of law. The investigation of the detective will the search from there, and be able to check the databases who have no access.