There is no question that marriage is something that would have effects that would be binding upon the whole world, after all, the fact of the marriage would change the status of the couple who had gotten married and aside from the fact that such change of status would follow the person no matter where the person may go, the fact of the change of the status of the person would also attach upon that person certain rights and privileges as well as duties and obligations that would be binding upon the person no matter where the person may go in his or her life. Logically, that which would dissolve the marriage would also be something that would have effects that would be binding upon the whole world, hence, the reason why divorce records like Montgomery County Divorce Records are some of the most requested for records from the government.
As the official records of the government, these records are the best pieces of evidence that one could obtain and present to prove the fact of the divorce, and there is the need to prove the fact of the divorce where there is the need to prove that the person who was previously married is no longer entitled to the rights or privileges that are assigned upon him or her because of the fact of the marriage that is no longer in existence. This means that the divorced couple could no longer depend upon each other for support, and by proving the fact of the divorce, the divorced couple could escape this responsibility. These records are also used to prove that the person who is now divorced is no longer bound by the restrictions and limitations imposed upon him or her by the fact of the marriage.
These records are the official records of the government, and because that is the case, they are afforded the presumption of regularity such that their contents are presumed to be true and accurate at all times. Of course, this presumption is merely prima facie and could be overturned through the use of competent evidence to be presented by the party who would claim that the records are false.
It is possible to make the request for copies of the records at the state or national level and at the local or county level. The person who would make the request would be the one who would decide as to where he or she would take the request, but it is the office where the request would be made that would determine the procedure that one would use in order to make the request, though it would usually be either through the mail or in person with both having their own distinct advantages and disadvantages.
One could also make the request for Divorce Records Montgomery County online with the use of online databases. While these databases are not official sources for the purpose of the presumption of regularity, they could present records that would practically be copies of that which could be found from the official sources, and they could present that information faster as they are internet based.