Plymouth Divorce Records
By definition, all divorce records contain amongst others the following information: the date when the divorce was finalized, the date the marriage began, and the names of both spouses.
However, most divorce records contain more information. Additional information may include the dates of birth for both spouses, property that was discussed during the settlement, names and birth dates on any children, the residence of the couple, special petitions that were filed during the divorce and even reasons for the divorce may also be found in these records.
This information can either be exactly what you're looking for or at the very least lead you to other public records, which will lead you to the information you seek.
The reason divorce records aren't offered in a unified format is because the content of the records vary from state to state and sometimes from county to county.
The records of Marshall can vary from the rest of Indiana.