When looking for Divorce records, most people turn to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment for their Vital Records Department because it is the most commonly known form of searching for Divorce records and /or getting official copies.
What most people don’t realize is just how much this can cost when you add up the mailing process and verification, which are only parts of one step. Very quickly, the price can add up to more then $40 and this is without extra copies or the highest mailing process order.
If you wish to use this form of search and/or order, the website used by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s Vital Records Section: http://www.cdphe.state.co.us/certs/index.html
Or send a Divorce records request to:
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Vital Records Section
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246-1530
Though the above can be the most efficient especially if you need the information done without interaction, there is other less expensive ways to get the information you need, and in some cases, the copies. There are free search engines/systems that can look up Divorce records and more such as: http://www.freeprf.com/colorado.html, http://www.publicrecordspro.com/divorcerecords.php, http://www.publicrecordfinder.com/
Some of these search engines are free, but others do have minimal charges and you may want to check a website’s verification before entering information that you do not want public, or in some cases stolen.
Information you may not want to enter unless you have already checked and/or verified the authenticity of the website you are using includes credit card numbers and e-mail addresses, etc. You may want to have certain information on hand when ready to use this search engine so you know that you have the right records when they are found, i.e. the date that the divorce was finalized or the date the initial marriage happened.