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Contact the Special Proceeding Division of Clerk of Court.
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Yes. However, you first must remit the necessary information required by law.
The Register of Deeds office does not provide legal advise; it is advisable to see an attorney. A separation agreement may be filed in our office once the document is complete and properly notarized.
Birth certificates are maintained by each state for the people who are born in that state. Contact the county or state vital records in the state where you were born to get a copy of your birth certificate. There is a website that can help you find out where you should write for vital records across the United States.
If you were born outside the United States and your parents were United States citizens at the time of your birth, you can write to:
U.S. Department of StateWashington Passport Agency1111 19th Street NW
Suite 300Washington, DC 20522-1705
Complete application for vital record and return the signed application, along with $10 free and a copy of your picture ID to:Davidson County Register of DeedsP.O. Box 464Lexington, NC 27293
You may obtain information on obtaining a certified copy of a vital record from the Vital Records Division at the State Center for Health Statistics website.
Contact the Clerk of Court.
No. Adoption records are not available at the Davidson County Register of Deeds Office. You can contact North Carolina Vital Records at:1903 Mail Service CenterRaleigh, NC 27699
A state or federal issued photo ID (example, driver's license or passport).
First, the license must be purchased in North Carolina. The license is valid in any county in the State of North Carolina, but must be returned to the county in which it was issued. The license is valid for 60 days. A religious officiate or a magistrate may perform the ceremony.