A divorce decree is a court order that legally ends a marriage. An apostille is a certification that a document is authentic. It is typically used for documents that will be used in another country.
A divorce decree may need to be apostilled if it is being used in a country that is a member of the Hague Convention. The apostille would certify that the document is a true and accurate copy of the original. You can obtain an Apostille in Maine by contacting the Maine Secretary of State's Office. You may apostille documents which are issued or certified by a public official who has the legal authority to do so.
In order to get an apostille for a divorce decree in Maine, one must first get a certified copy of their divorce decree from the court where the divorce was finalized. Next, they must take the certified copy of the divorce decree to the Maine Secretary of State’s office and request an apostille. The Secretary of State’s office will then review the divorce decree and determine whether or not it is eligible for an apostille. If it is determined that the divorce decree is eligible for an apostille, the Maine Secretary of State will then issue an apostille.
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