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Request for Public Records

Somerset County provides immediate access to a variety of documents online.  Electronic access to records includes, but is not limited to:

  • Board of County Commissioners meeting agendas and minutes.
  • Certain Boards, Commissions, and Authorities meeting agendas and minutes.
  • Financial and budget information.
  • Commonly requested forms from the County Clerk, Human Services, Election Board, and Tax Board.
  • Property records, election information, and archived historical documents as recorded by the Somerset County Clerk.
  • Tax maps, tax appeal judgments,  tax rates certifications, and more from the Tax Board.

All other requests for public records must be submitted using the OPRA Request Form - Interactive PDF. The requestor must fill out each portion that is applicable to the request made. The fully completed form shall be submitted to the Custodian of Records either electronically by clicking the submit button at the end of the form OR by regular mail to:

Kelly Mager,  Custodian of Records 

County Administration Building
20 Grove Street
P.O. Box
Somerville, New Jersey

Acrobat Reader must be used to complete and submit the form electronically and can be downloaded by clicking the icon at the bottom of this page.  Be sure to open and complete the application form in Acrobat Reader, rather than within your browser.

The printed version of the PDF form may be mailed or dropped off in person to the Custodian of Records at the above address between the hours of a.m. to p.m. Monday - Friday or faxed to

Questions about the Official  OPRA Request Form prior to submission may be directed to the Custodian of Records by phone at or via e-mail at [email protected]

Public records will normally be available in accordance with P.L. , c. , within seven (7) business days, not including weekends or holidays.  Some records will be immediately available.  In general:

  • Immediate access ordinarily shall be granted to budgets, certain bills, vouchers, contracts, including collective negotiations and individual employment contracts, and public employee salary and overtime information.
  • Minutes of public meetings will be generally available immediately after the minutes have been approved by the Board of County Commissioners.
  • Records which are not readily available or which will require a search of records will be made available as soon as possible and the requestor will be provided with an interim report within seven (7) business days, not including weekends and holidays, indicating the amount of time which will be required to complete the search of the records.   

Except as otherwise provided by law or regulation, the fee assessed for the duplication of a printed record shall be: letter size $ per page and legal size $ per page. Other medium (CD, DVD etc.) are at the actual cost of materials.  

When appropriate, special charges may be requested dependent upon the nature of the specific request.     

Where a legal determination must be made as to whether the records are "public records" as provided by law, the request will be reviewed by County Counsel and will be generally provided immediately after the Custodian of Records receives the determination from the County Counsel or a court that the records should be provided.     

There is no fee for inspecting a public record during normal business hours.  

Appeal Rights

Any person who is denied, in whole or in part, access to any record he or she requests, may appeal the denial either through the filing of an action in Somerset County Superior Court or by filing a complaint with the New Jersey Government Records Council.

*If an e-mail address is provided, it will be used for communication purposes only. Information requested will not be sent to the requestor electronically. Upon submission of this form you will receive an e-mail message regarding any applicable charges for your request, payment details and any other information required. Cancellation of any request must be made within 24 hours of the date of our e-mail sent to you.

Sours: https://www.co.somerset.nj.us/about/open-public-records-act/request-for-public-records

Somerset County, PA Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records

Somerset County vital recordsRecent birth and death records in Somerset County are private, with certified copies of births and deaths for present released only to family members. Requests for certified copies can made online, by mail, or in person from the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Division of Vital Records in New Castle. Historical records dating to have unrestricted access and are located at the Historical and Genealogical Society of Somerset County in Somerset or the Pennsylvania State Archives in Harrisburg. Marriages and divorces are public court records; make information requests to the Somerset County Court Clerk in Somerset. Originally part of Bedford County, Somerset County was established in

Somerset County Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records


Somerset County Prothonotary
E Union St, #
Somerset, PA
Hours of Operation: AM-4PM EST
Website
Phone:
Fax:
Assessor:
Recording Officer: County Prothonotary
Records Online: Real Estate
Note: See Recorder for real estate records.
Assessor Fax:
Assessor Website

Somerset County Recorder
N Center Ave, #
Somerset, PA
Hours of Operation: AM-4PM EST
Website
Phone:
Fax:
Real Estate:
Assessor:
Treasurer:
Elections:
Recording Officer: County Recorder of Deeds
Records Online: Real Estate, Deed, Lien, Mortgage, Map
Note: No tax liens filed here.
Assessor Fax:
Assessor Website

Somerset County Marriage & Divorce Records - County Courts


Category: Courts
Somerset County - Court Reporters
East Union Street Suite 30
Somerset, PA
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Somerset County Birth & Death Records

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Circuit Court for Somerset County, MD - Clerk&#;s Office

Charles T. Horner, Clerk of Court

Welcome to the Somerset County Courthouse and the Office of Clerk of the Circuit Court. The Clerk of the Court is a locally elected state official who occupies an integral position within the judicial branch of government, their duties and responsibilities are established and regulated by the laws of Maryland and the Rules of the Court of Appeals of Maryland. Since , the Office of Clerk of the Court has provided the citizens of Maryland with a variety of essential services. The revenue collected by the clerks for these services is distributed to city, county and state governments.

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Each year the Clerk’s office files, processes, and maintains civil, criminal and juvenile actions. Land deeds, mortgages, plats, conveyances and other documents are recorded and electronically maintained by the Clerk. The Clerk issues business licenses and marriage licenses in addition to performing civil marriage ceremonies. The Clerk administers oaths to notary publics, county officials, judges and appointees commissioned by the Governor. Every resident in Somerset County is a potential recipient of the many services provided by the Clerk.

Please browse through our links for more information. Note that we can offer assistance in Spanish. If my office can be of any service, please do not hesitate to contact us and ask for our assistance.

Charles T. Horner
Clerk of Court

Sours: http://mdcourts.gov/clerks/somerset

Somerset County Divorce Records Search (New Jersey)

Perform a free Somerset County, NJ public divorce records search, including divorce papers, filings, decrees, certificates, indexes, forms, and documents.


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Somerset County Divorce Certificateshttps://www.njcourts.gov/courts/superior/divorce.htmlFind Somerset County, New Jersey divorce certificate information, including confidentiality, fees, and certified copy request procedure.

Somerset County Genealogy Recordshttp://genealogytrails.com/njer/somerset/View Somerset County genealogical records, including obituaries, birth records and biographies.

Somerset County Naturalization Recordshttp://www.co.somerset.nj.us/government/elected-officials/county-clerk/naturalization-recordsView Somerset County naturalization records from the webpage and find the relevant information.

Find Somerset County Divorce Records

Somerset County Divorce Records are legal documents relating to a couple's divorce in Somerset County, New Jersey. They include the divorce papers that the couple files in Somerset County Court, as well as any records created during the divorce procedure, and a divorce certificate. New Jersey State also collects and indexes divorce filings to help people perform public divorce record searches.

Learn about Divorce Records, including:
  • Where to get Somerset County Divorce Records online
  • How to get a copy of your divorce decree
  • Which divorce filings are Somerset County public records
  • If Divorce Records appear on background checks
  • Which government agencies issue divorce certificates

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Somerset County Public Records

Sours: https://www.countyoffice.org/nj-somerset-county-divorce-records/

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Somerset County Clerk Steve PeterSteve Peter, County Clerk 

Phone: 

Fax:         

Mail:       20 Grove Street P.O. Box

                   Somerville, NJ

Email:     [email protected]

Term:      5 year term, expired 12/31/

 Hours:    Monday - Friday am - 4pm

                    Extended hours Wednesdays from 4 - 6pm

Appointments are recommended for most services.

Duties: 

Land Records: Records land records and related documents related to property in Somerset County

Notary: Administers oath to notaries public

Trade Names: Records trade/business name certificates

Passports: Accepts passport applications

Veterans: Files military discharges; issues identification cards for honorable discharge, peddler’s license, Gold Star families

Elections: Receives petitions for certain offices; designs all ballots; issues vote-by-mail ballots; certifies election results

Biography: Married, wife Elizabeth. Born in Quincy, Illinois. Resident of Somerville, NJ. 

Education: Harvard University, Master’s Degree, Linguistics; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Bachelor’s Degree, Linguistics and Germanic Languages and Literatures. 

Government Experience: Somerset County Clerk, January present; Somerville Borough Council –; Somerville Council President –; Deputy County Clerk, Champaign County, Illinois –

Public Service: Member of NJ Restart and Recovery Advisory Council, ; Downtown Somerville Alliance Board of Directors –; Somerset County Democratic Committee Central Region Vice Chair; Former Democratic Municipal Chair of Somerville. 

Professional Service: Section Chief, Clerks and Recorders, Constitutional Officers Association of New Jersey, present; Education Chair of International Association of Government Officials, present; Member of Board of Directors of the TeX Users Group, –; President, TeX Users Group, –

Sours: https://www.co.somerset.nj.us/government/elected-officials/county-clerk
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Somerset County, NJ Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records

Somerset County vital recordsSomerset County, New Jersey, has 21 municipalities spread over square miles. To obtain vital records like birth, death, marriage, or divorce certificates, your first step should be to contact the town or municipality where the event took place. You can find a list of the Somerset County municipalities on thiswebsite. Follow the links to find the contact information for each individual municipality office. Like most other New Jersey counties, Somerset County has an official website. The State of New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services website also contains information on how to obtain vital records.

Somerset County Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records


Somerset County
PO Box
Somerville, NJ
Hours of Operation: AM-4PM EST
Website
Phone:
Fax:
Real Estate:
Assessor: see above
Treasurer: x
Elections:
Other:
Recording Officer: County Clerk
Records Online: Real Estate, Deed, Lien, Judgment

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Bridgewater, NJ
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Divorce Records

In New Jersey, divorce cases (termed "dissolution cases" by the courts) are filed and heard in the Family Division of the Superior Court at the county court level. After a case is completed and a judgment of divorce issued, the case is closed. Records for closed divorce cases are stored and archived by the Superior Court Clerk's Office at our warehouse in Trenton. The number of years between the time a case is closed and the time the case records are transferred to the Superior Court Clerk’s Office for archiving varies from county to county.

In many circumstances it may not be necessary to obtain a copy of the actual Judgment of Divorce. The Superior Court Clerk’s Office can prepare a Certificate of Divorce for a nominal fee. The certificate contains the county of venue, docket number, names of the parties and date of the Final Judgment of Divorce, and is stamped with the Seal of the Superior Court.

The Dissolution Files Inventory chart below shows the inventory of divorce case files currently stored at the RIC. The "Case Year" refers to the most recent docket year sent for storage at the RIC. This means that all divorce records up to and including the year listed under "Case Year" are available at the RIC.

To determine whether your case file is located at the RIC you must know: 1) the county in which the divorce case took place and 2) the year the case was filed. This information can be determined from the docket number assigned to the case. The docket number will have either an "FM" or "M" pre-fix followed by a 7- or 9-digit number. The last two digits of the docket number indicate the case year. See the following for examples of docket numbers:

  • Example 1: "FM" would mean that the divorce case was filed in Atlantic County ("01") in the year ("00"). (Please note, when the docket number contains 9 digits, the first two digits may represent the county code. The two-digit county codes are listed on the chart below after the name of each county.)
  • Example 2: "Atlantic County, M" would mean that the divorce case was filed in Atlantic County in ("85").

NOTE: If you do not know your docket number, please contact the Superior Court Clerk's Office Customer Service Unit at A search can be conducted for your docket number if you provide the following information: the county where the divorce occurred, the approximate year the divorce occurred, and the names of the parties involved.

Using the case docket number, find the county where the divorce case took place and the corresponding case year in the chart below. If your divorce case falls within the records listed in the chart, contact Customer Service about viewing your case or to obtain copies of case documents. Refer to our information on Copies of Court Records and subsequent authentication and/or copy fees.

If your divorce case file is not at the RIC in Trenton, contact the Family Division of the county court in which the divorce took place for information on how to obtain a copy.

Sours: https://www.njcourts.gov/courts/superior/divorce.html


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