Lancaster County Nebraska Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2573)Lancaster County Court
Lancaster County Courthouse575 South 10th StreetLincolnNE68508402-441-7291
Lancaster County Attorney General
Nebraska Attorney General2115 Capitol ParkwayLincolnNE68510402-471-2689
Lancaster County Department of Justice
Lincoln Nebraska Department of Justice100 Centennial Mall NorthLincolnNE68508402-437-5241
Lancaster County District Attorney Office
Lancaster County District Attorney575 South 10th StreetLincolnNE68508402-441-7321
Lancaster County Public Defender Offices
Federal Public Defender100 Centennial Mall NorthLincolnNE68508402-437-5871
Nebraska State Public Defender100 Centennial Mall NorthLincolnNE68508855-664-9214
Lancaster County DMVs
Lancaster County DMV Office500 West O StreetLincolnNE68528402-471-2823
Lincoln Express Service Station625 North 46th StreetLincolnNE68503402-471-3008
Lancaster County Court Records Databases
Lancaster County Accident Reports
Lancaster County Attorney's Office Court Records
Lancaster County Child Support Warrants
Lancaster County Court Records
Lancaster County Criminal Records
Lancaster County Probate Records
Lancaster County Sheriff's Office Accident Reports
Lancaster County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Lincoln Police Department Crime Reports
UNL Parking and Transit Services Office Parking Tickets

Court Records in Lancaster County Nebraska

For access to Lancaster County Nebraska court records, visit the office of the Register of Deeds. This office maintains vital records such as marriage licenses and birth certificates. You can also apply for marriage, divorce, and death certificates through the mail. The office is open Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. The website is updated regularly. It is not uncommon to find vital records of people from your family tree.

The county clerk’s office maintains many public records that can be used to track down ancestors. These documents include births, marriages, and deaths recorded on a register. While Nebraska censuses are important, there are many other sources of information that can help you trace your family’s history. For example, tax records can be used to fill in the gaps in time between censuses and land records. If you’re not sure how to get your hands on Lancaster County’s public records, visit the Nebraska State Public Records website.

The Register of Deeds is the office responsible for maintaining land records in Lancaster County. These documents include marriage licenses, mortgages, and UCC filings. Other documents maintained by the Register of Deeds include property records and precinct maps. The Sheriff’s Office maintains a crime map and uniform crime report summaries. Bids issued by the Lancaster County government are also available online. You can search for court records by location and bid number to see what’s on your family’s background.

If you’re looking for marriage records, the Lancaster County Clerk’s Office is the place to go. The office has copies of marriage licenses from 1871 to the present. You can find the name of the bride and groom or search for property tax delinquency. If you’re looking for birth and death certificates, you can also search through this database. If you’re searching for a criminal conviction, you can find the information in the directory.

The Third Judicial District Court is the court for Lancaster County, Nebraska. The county includes Lincoln and several townships. The courts also serve as a trial and appellate level. The county is home to over 317,000 people. You can access the Court Records in Lancaster County, Nebraska by contacting the office. You can also look up other public records, including criminal and civil cases. It is possible to find out whether the clerk of the district court is involved in an accident, or if a defendant was arrested.

You can search for the information you need by using this site. You can also find Lancaster County Attorney’s Office court records in this area. These documents include the marriage certificate and all other legal documents that were filed during the divorce process. Depending on what you’re looking for, you can use this website to find these records. If you’re looking for a Lancaster County divorce record, you’ll need to be in touch with your former spouse.