An Ohio marriage record search can be tricky.
The most popular and easiest way to find a marriage record is by searching through a database of Ohio’s public records.
But that is not always the case.
The Ohio Attorney General’s Office is not a law firm.
Its records are made up of many separate documents.
That means you need to be a bit more careful in searching through them, as the office’s database does not always show all the documents it is searching for.
In some cases, the records may not even be available.
If the Ohio Attorney’s Office finds a marriage license to be incomplete or misattributed, it will send the person a letter.
If a marriage is contested or invalidated, the person can get an order to show cause, or have the records made public.
The Office of the Attorney General is currently looking for records for all marriages in Ohio, but there are many variations, including for married couples and for civil unions.
In a statement, the Ohio attorney general’s office said: “Ohio’s public record law requires the Attorney’s office to obtain and make available a list of records when requesting them, but does not require the attorney to have all the records that are requested.
A few of these records may be incomplete and therefore may be subject to disclosure under the Ohio Public Records Act.”
Here are some examples of the different types of records that the office may require to be searched for:Marryments that are void or unenforceable