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Dallas Public Records
Dallas County is the largest county in the state of Texas and the ninth largest county in the United States. With a population of more than 2.3 million residents as of the 2010 U.S. Census, the county offers a rich and significant piece of American history. Dallas County was originally founded in 1846 and was named for George Mifflin Dallas, the 11th Vice-President of the United States. While it might seem that finding Dallas County public records would be rather difficult in such a large and established county, the Dallas County Clerk’s office has streamlined the process to make it as easy as possible to find what you seek. This office is the place to start to begin a Dallas public records search of any kind, including birth and death certificates, marriage licenses and divorce decrees.
To retrieve Dallas, Texas public records, you must be prepared to submit the following:
Pursuing Dallas County Public Records in Person
For those living in or visiting the area, public records for Dallas County, Texas can be requested in person. While the main office is in the city of Dallas, substations are also available at Richardson, Garland, Grand Prairie, Irving and Mesquite.
By state law, persons requesting Texas public records like birth and death certificates must be authorized to receive the information. Authorized individuals for these specific Dallas, TX public records include the person on the certificate, immediate family members and those with legal, written authorization.
A Dallas County Public Records Search by Mail
Another option for a Dallas, TX public records search is by mail. Request forms for mail requests can either be downloaded online or requested by phone or mail. Once the form is completed, it can be submitted with the appropriate fee to the Dallas County Clerk’s office in Dallas. Be sure to include a return address so the documents can be mailed to the correct destination. Those requesting information will need to show their relationship to the person researched, as well as the reason for the search.
Ultimate Convenience: Online Dallas County Public Records Search
Online public records for Dallas County are also available, allowing interested parties to find information they are looking for right from the comfort of home. The Dallas County Clerk’s office currently uses a system known as the Rapid Online Access Method website (ROAM) to allow for fast and easy online searches for Dallas, Texas public records. This system allows interested parties to search for documents with just a name, and then easily navigate among the documents available. The Clerk’s office also hopes to provide additional tools for the ROAM system in the near future.