Looking for public records? The good news is that you can find almost anything online, even public records. The bad news? It’s not easy to track down records like licenses, obituaries, birth certificates, marriage records, and the like. If you want to find public records for the counties, start your search online, using this guide.

1. Google

You can find plenty of preliminary information using Google. Simply Google a name, for example, and you can start a trail. You can use Google Phonebook to expand your search – find listed phone numbers, for instance, or go over residential and business address listings.

2. Zabasearch

Zabasearch gives some users the heebie-jeebies and with good reason. It throws out names, addresses, phone numbers, and birth dates easily and quickly. If you want very specific county public records found with one click, try Zabasearch. It ponies up any record already found online, only it does so minus the elaborate search and lengthy waiting time.

3. National Center for Health Statistics

Do you need to verify someone’s divorce record? Look up a death? Check on someone’s marriage date? Start your search here. Their data is reliable, up-to-date, and best of all, available.

4. Death Indexes

Why go through listings that you don’t need? Narrow your search for public records by using ‘Death Indexes’ by state and by county listings! Note, though, that this is an information-specific index. You can only use it to look for death certificates, death records, and all things death-related.

5. FindLaw’s Legal Directory

Like Death Indexes, this is organized by state and contains a huge database of licensed attorneys.

These five sites are not the only places you can comb through. If your search doesn’t pan out, look for information elsewhere. Information is always there — you only need to know where to look.


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