where to find divorce records england

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I have quite a few people that divorced including myself and still looking for decree absolute but where is the best place to look for divorces as it seems that not all were recorded on familysearch
in The Tree House by Steph Meredith G2G6 Mach 8 (82.9k points)

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If you google The national archives and divorce it should bring up a page that shows the date ranges and the survivability of divorce records. Off the top of my head, recent divorces such as your own would have to be ordered direct from the court that issued it. Historic divorces between 1858 and 1916 are on Ancestry. 80% divorce case files from 1916 to 1937 survive. Few divorce records after 1937 survive.
by Michelle Wilkes G2G6 Pilot (142k points)
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Thank you Michelle that certainly helps

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