A divorce decree is issued by a court and is the final order in a divorce. The decree will identify the parties, give the date of the divorce, and provide other information about the divorce. An apostille is a certificate that is used to authenticate documents for use in foreign countries.
If you are seeking to remarry, you will likely need to provide an apostilled copy of your divorce decree as proof that you are legally allowed to do so. If you need an Apostille in Colorado, contact the Colorado Secretary of State's office. The documents that can be apostilled are: documents issued by governmental authorities; documents issued by notaries public; documents relating to educational, cultural, professional and vocational degrees; documents relating to citizenship, civil status and legal capacity; wills; documents relating to personal property; and documents signed by a public officer on behalf of a corporation.
In order to get an apostille, you must first contact the secretary of state. The secretary of state will then send you a list of requirements that must be met in order for your divorce decree to be eligible for an apostille. Once these requirements are met, you will then need to submit your divorce decree to the secretary of state.
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