Casper Duus posted an update 1 week ago
When one seeks to prove something, that person would often present evidence to back his or her claim, and the best evidence would always be the official records of the same. This is the same in the case of marriage, and the best way to prove the fact of the marriage would be through the use of the official records of the marriage which would be the marriage records an example of which would be Dade County Marriage Records. Of course, the next question would be why there is a need to prove the fact of the marriage, and the answer to that is because of the fact that marriage is something that would have effects that would bind the whole world, and as such, would affect the whole world.The fact of the marriage changes the status of the person who had gotten married, and beyond the cosmetic change of the change of the status of the person, this change also leads to new rights and privileges as well as duties and obligations being imposed upon the person whose status had changed, even as old rights and privileges as well as duties and obligations are taken from the person. The new rights are given to the person for the purpose of allowing the person to meet the requirements to attain the goals of married life, and would be something that the person could invoke even if he or she is not in the place where the marriage is celebrated, indeed, the person may invoke these rights even if he or she is not physically with his or her spouse.These records, like all official records, are the best pieces of evidence that one could present in order to prove something owing to the fact that these records are given the presumption of regularity. All official records are given this presumption which operates as to exempt the party presenting the records from actually having to prove that the contents of the records are true and accurate, but note that the presumption applies only if the records were obtained from the proper sources, hence, there is still the need to prove that particular fact.One could make the request for the copies of the records from a number of sources which could be found at both the local or county level and the national or state level, though admittedly, most requests are coursed through the local level. It must be noted that the local level sources could offer a faster services, but this would be because of the fact that they only keep copies of records for marriages that were celebrated within their jurisdiction. This limitation means that the record of a marriage that was not celebrated within the county territory could not be found at the county office where the search would be made. As for the procedure, it would either be through the mail or in person with both having their own advantage and disadvantage.Dade County Divorce Records could be found online with the use of online databases, and they are often presented together with marriage records. Note that while these databases are able to present information that would practically be the same as that which could be found from the official sources, they are still not official sources, which means that they do not enjoy the presumption of regularity.