If someone has been married and divorced multiple times, that can be a red flag. It may mean they do not have the discipline for marriage. Or it could mean that they marry and divorce frequently in order to get alimony payments.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 19, 2013
Court.us.org has added two new search services – marriage records and divorce records – to their list of public record searches their customers can review, the company announced yesterday.
“As our company grows and we listen to our customers, we learn more about what they really want to review,” a Court.us.org spokesman said yesterday. “Over time we've received many requests for marriage and divorce records. It only makes sense that we now offer them to our customers.”
People want to review marriage and divorce records from Court.us.org primarily because of the growth of online dating, he said.
“If you meet a potential romantic partner online, you want to make sure they are not currently married,” he said. “Court.us.org can now let you know so you don't fall for a married man.”
People who want to review divorce records are sought out for a slightly different reason, the Court.us.org spokesman said.
“If someone has been married and divorced multiple times, that can be a red flag,” he said. “It may mean they do not have the discipline for marriage. Or it could mean that they marry and divorce frequently in order to get alimony payments.”
The new search services are already available for review now at Court.us.org, he said.
“We didn't want to make an announcement until we were sure our database was fully updated with these records for review,” he said. “Of course, you can still get criminal records from our site – which can also help with your online dating decisions.”
Court.us.org, an online source for public records, takes pride in providing the most comprehensive background reports in North America. Generating hundreds of reports daily, information accuracy and customer service are top priorities for Court.us.org. Visit Court.us.org today to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-851-6117, or email Manager(at)Court(dot)us(dot)org with any questions or concerns.