Summit County Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Summit County Clerk Offices
The Summit County Clerk & Recorder's Office208 Lincoln AvenueBreckenridgeCO80424970-453-3470
Silverthorne Town Clerk601 Center CircleSilverthorneCO80498970-262-7300
Summit County Town & City Halls
Breckenridge Town Hall150 Ski Hill RoadBreckenridgeCO80424970-453-2251
Dillon Town Hall275 Lake Dillon DriveDillonCO80435970-468-2403
Frisco Town Hall1 West Main StreetFriscoCO80443970-668-5276
Silverthorne Town Hall601 Center Circle CirSilverthorneCO80498970-262-7300
Summit County Marriage License Office
Summit County Marriage LicenseSummit County Clerk, 208 Lincoln AvenueBreckenridgeCO80424970-453-2561
Summit County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Breckenridge Town Government Burial Records
Frisco Town Burial Records
Summit County Clerk and Recorder's Office Marriage Applications
Summit County Clerk and Recorder's Office Website
Summit County Divorce Certificates & Decrees
Summit County Marriage Certificates & Records

Statistics

Married Couples 4,551 (48.1%)
Unmarried Couples 491 (1.7%)
Never Married Men 6,808 (48.3%)
Never Married Women 4,557 (39.2%)
Separated Men 171 (1.2%)
Separated Women 43 (0.4%)
Widowed Men 148 (1.1%)
Widowed Women 254 (2.2%)
Divorced Men 1,583 (11.2%)
Divorced Women 1,383 (11.9%)

Marriage Records in Summit County Colorado

Public records are basically made up of different records regarding any individual. These records include birth, death, marriage, divorce, and many others. The government keeps such records for various purposes like research, genealogy, background check etc. Marriage records are now being accessed by many thanks to the internet.

Marriage Records in Summit County Colorado

If you are looking for marriage records then the first place you can look is the Summit County Clerk of Court’s Office. They have an up-to-date database of all marriage records that happen in the county. You will be required to fill in some information about yourself before being able to get the details that you want. It is important to know the names of those involved, the date and venue of the wedding, the name of the bride and groom and other relevant information related to the marriage. This may also help you find out the marital status of the bride and groom. You will get the information after paying a nominal fee.

The clerk of court’s office will provide you with the information within twenty-four hours after the formalities are over. After you have filled in the data, you will get the certified copy of the marriage certificate. This copy is noted and sealed so that it cannot be altered in any way. The copies of the marriage records are usually stored in the office for up to seventy-five years. The process of getting the copies is almost the same everywhere. You can go directly to the courthouse or you can find a private information source.

You will be required to give permission for your personal details to be released to third parties. It is always better to be safe than sorry. The Summit County Clerk of Court has certain rules and regulations. Therefore, before releasing any information you should make sure that you are not breaking any of these laws.

There are various online websites that offer access to marriage records. There are some that charge money for this service. However, there are many that charge a reasonable amount. All of the sites will give you the same information. There is a nominal fee charged and this should be paid before accessing the marriage records.

Some of the sites will let you do the search on an unlimited number of times. Some will charge a nominal fee for every record you wish to check. Most of the sites will give you the information in both the English and the Spanish languages. However, if you want to have the information in only one language, most of the sites will offer this as a service.