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No, the Clerk's Office does not have copies of divorce decrees. To obtain a copy of a decree pertaining to a divorce that took place in Lancaster County, you will need to contact the Clerk of the District Court. This office is located in the Hall of Justice, 575 S 10th Street in Lincoln. The phone number is 402-441-7328.
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The County Clerk's Office is located in the:
County-City Building555 S 10th StreetRoom 108 (first floor)Lincoln, NE 68508
Free public parking is available in the lot directly north of the building (corner of 10th and "K" Streets). Parking passes can be obtained from our office.
Yes. Our normal office hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The office is closed on the following holidays:
Pursuant to Nebraska Revised Statute 42-108:
Every judge, retired judge, clerk magistrate or retired clerk magistrate, and every preacher of the gospel authorized by the usages of the church to which he or she belongs to solemnize marriages, may perform the marriage ceremony in this state.
See a list of judges who currently perform ceremonies in the area.
Copies of Nebraska birth certificates can be obtained from the Vital Records Office, a division of the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, located at 301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, NE. Inquiries can also be directed to 402-471-2871.
The County Clerk's Office does not issue passports. Passports are primarily issued by the federal government. Additional information on passports can be obtained from the U.S. Post Office or the U.S. State Department.
For information about a court date, contact the Clerk of the County Court at 402-441-7291 or the Clerk of the District Court at 402-441-7328. Their offices are located in the:
Hall of Justice575 S 10th StreetLincoln, NE 68508