Our offices will be closed Monday, May 29 in observance of Memorial Day.

Get your court and official records electronically certified. This convenient service produces tamperproof, reusable e-certified documents.

Court Records

Court records are available with the exception of those protected under Supreme Court Administrative Order AOSC 18-16.  Also some older documents may be unavailable through our online system but can be requested through our Records Request System.

Official Records

Official Records consist of liens, plats, certificates of title, mortgages, lis pendens, marriage licenses, deeds, judgments, death certificates, military discharges, and more.  


  • Prior to purchasing the non-refundable certified documents, verify the agency receiving the document accepts e-certifications. Some federal and out-of-state agencies will not accept e-certified documents. Confidential and specific archived records may continue to be certified with a wet stamp or raised seal.
  • After submitting the order, the recipient will receive an email to access the encrypted PDF document and require Adobe Acrobat Reader to be viewed. The encrypted PDFs require Adobe Acrobat Reader to be viewed. The software verifies the authenticity of the document, confirming the certifier and whether it has been modified since it was issued by the Clerk’s office.
  • You can print the e-certified copy as many times as you need, and you can use it the same as a wet or embossed certified document.

Certain documents that may not be available online can be e-certified by completing the Public Records Request Form or by visiting the Clerk’s office in person.