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Legalisation (Apostille) is the official confirmation that a signature, seal or stamp on a UK public document is genuine.

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Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates are full length copies and can be used for official purposes.

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Obtain a Divorce Certificate

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If you are unable to find your Divorce Certificate and wish to obtain a copy?

  • Replace a Divorce Certificate Online New or Duplicate
The certificate will normally include Man's full name, woman's full name and date of marriage and divorce.

UK Official Services offers a secure online ordering service for official UK divorce certificates replacement copy issued in England and Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland also known as a Decree Absolute.

We provide gofficial Divorce Certificate also known as a final Decree Absolute, we are here to help.
Our team will conduct a search to obtain an official Divorce Certificate also known as a Decree Absolute to confirm a divorce has taken place or produce a nil result certificate to confirm no divorce has taken place in England and Wales.
If you cannot remember the exact dates you can give approximate years of both marriage and decree divorce.

Divorce or dissolution of marriage is the ending of a marriage before the death of either spouse. It can be contrasted with an annulment, which is a declaration that a marriage is void, though the effects of marriage may be recognized in such unions, such as spousal support or alimony, child custody, child support, and distribution of property.

A decree nisi (non-absolute ruling) is a ruling by a court that does not have any force until such time that a particular condition is met. Once the condition is met the ruling becomes decree absolute and is binding. Typically, the condition is that no new evidence or further petitions with a bearing on the case are introduced to the court.
This form of ruling has become a rarity in recent times, with one exception-in some jurisdictions it is still a standard stage of divorce proceedings. This allows time for any party who objects to the divorce to come forward with those objections. It is also at times termed as rule nisi.