© St. Louis City
Recorder of Deeds

Marriage Records Department
open 8:00 a.m. to
5 p.m. weekdays

see Hours and Holidays
for restrictions

City Hall, Room 127
1200 Market Street
Saint Louis
Missouri 63103

Completed Form and Payment due in advance of Marriage Record services.
Please do not call or
E-mail for record look-ups. Please do not E-mail
record requests.


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Divorce Record Resources for
State of Illinois, Madison County,
Monroe County, and
St. Clair County

St. Louis Area Map showing Missouri and Illinois counties


Illinois has 113 Counties. Illinois has 23 Judicial Circuits (Circuit Courts) consisting of one or more counties.

  • Divorces are filed in and granted by Circuit Courts.

  • The Circuit Court Clerk maintains records of divorce filings in the circuit.

  Contact Information for all Illinois Circuit Courts and Circuit Clerks by circuit number or county name

1962-Present Illinois Divorce Verification may be obtained from the Illinois Health Department's Vital Records Bureau
  Madison County, Monroe County, St. Clair County
  Madison County Circuit Court Clerk - 618.962.6240
Madison County Courthouse, Room 120
155 N. Main, Edwardsville, Illinois 62025
Madison and Bond County Circuit Court
  Monroe County Circuit Court Clerk - 618.939.8681 Ext. 223
Monroe County Courthouse
100 S. Main, Waterloo, Illinois 62298
  St. Clair County Circuit Court Clerk - 618.277.6600 Ext. 2323
St. Clair County Courthouse
#10 Public Square, Belleville, Illinois 62220