Santa Clara County California Marriage Records

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Santa Clara County Clerk Offices
Santa Clara County Clerk70 West Hedding StreetSan JoseCA95110408-299-2481
California State Clerk840 Guadalupe ParkwaySan JoseCA95110408-808-6262
Campbell City Clerk70 North 1st StreetCampbellCA95008408-866-2117
Gilroy City Clerk7351 Rosanna StreetGilroyCA95020408-846-0204
Milpitas City Clerk455 East Calaveras BoulevardMilpitasCA95035408-586-3001
Saratoga City Clerk13777 Fruitvale AveSaratogaCA95070408-868-1269
Sunnyvale City Clerk603 All America WaySunnyvaleCA94086408-730-7483
Santa Clara County Town & City Halls
Santa Clara City Hall1500 Warburton AvenueSanta ClaraCA95050408-615-2200
Campbell City Hall70 North 1st StreetCampbellCA95008408-866-2100
Cupertino City Hall10300 Torre AvenueCupertinoCA95014408-777-3200
Gilroy City Hall7351 Rosanna StreetGilroyCA95020408-846-0400
Los Altos City Hall1 North San Antonio RoadLos AltosCA94022650-947-2700
Los Altos Hills Town Hall26379 Fremont RoadLos Altos HillsCA94022650-941-7222
Milpitas City Hall455 East Calaveras BoulevardMilpitasCA95035408-586-3000
Morgan Hill City Hall17555 Peak AvenueMorgan HillCA95037408-779-7271
Mountain View City Hall500 Castro StreetMountain ViewCA94041650-903-6332
Palo Alto City Hall250 Hamilton AvenuePalo AltoCA94301650-329-2100
San Jose City Hall200 East Santa Clara StreetSan JoseCA95113408-535-3500
Saratoga City Hall13777 Fruitvale AveSaratogaCA95070408-868-1200
Sunnyvale City Hall650 W Olive AveSunnyvaleCA94086
Santa Clara County Marriage License Office
Santa Clara County Marriage License70 West Hedding Street @ First St., E. Wing, 1St FloorSan JoseCA95110408-299-5688
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Married Couples357,339 (56.7%)
Unmarried Couples34,531 (1.8%)
Never Married Men288,809 (37.2%)
Never Married Women226,297 (29.4%)
Separated Men9,765 (1.3%)
Separated Women13,952 (1.8%)
Widowed Men13,110 (1.7%)
Widowed Women52,499 (6.8%)
Divorced Men49,244 (6.3%)
Divorced Women72,169 (9.4%)

The Important Facts You Must Know About Marriage Records

Marriage Records in Santa Clara County California is one of the most vital pieces of public record in the entire country. These records can be accessed by anyone having an interest in locating or identifying a particular person. In addition, the public has rights to view and use the same for official legal purposes. This makes these records a valuable source of information for any legitimate purpose. For example, you may wish to check out your ancestry, obtain a copy of your marriage records, or even check up on someone who may be a criminal.

While most states make their marriage records publicly available through some form of free access program, such as the one implemented in California, it is actually a private right that is protected by law. As such, there are certain restrictions placed on the accessibility of this record. Unlike divorce records which can be viewed by anyone who applies for a copy, a marriage license has to be filed with the court. And, to obtain these records from the county office where the marriage took place is typically free of charge.

But while they are restricted from free access, you can still access marriage records from other sources. One such way is to personally visit the county office where the marriage took place. This means that you would have to schedule a personal appointment and allow enough time for them to process your request. You would most likely need to wait for up to two weeks during peak seasons.

Of course, you can also order these marriage records online through various services. However, this option is not without limitations. For example, most of these sites will only provide access to records which happened within the county that they operate in. If you want to check out somebody’s marriage records from another jurisdiction, then you may have to pay a small fee.

It is important to note that the public records act does not cover marriage records per se. Instead, the law states that marriage records can be accessed by anyone who has a valid reason to do so. This includes the interested parties (i.e. the partners themselves) and third parties (such as the office where the marriage took place). Thus, it is perfectly legal for other parties to gain access to information about somebody’s marriage records. But this doesn’t mean they can then start to abuse the information they have.

It is also important to understand that marriage records are considered public information. Thus, if you intend to use the information for any purpose other than checking out your own marriage history, you might face some legal troubles. This is especially true if you intend to use the information for something as confidential and personal as checking out someone else’s marriage history. So before you jump into any conclusions, make sure you fully understand the conditions and laws pertaining to accessing marriage records.