Record Request Information
Law enforcement and government agencies: Processed as priority. Please put your request on agency letterhead and either email your request to 08RecordRequest@judicial.state.co.us or fax to Records at 970-494-3580.
Consumer requests: Processed in the order in which they are received. Please review the instructions. Links for required forms are at the bottom of this page.
- Records Request Form. Use this form to indicate the details of the record you are requesting.
- Records Request Payment. The most common form of payment is the Records Request Credit Card Authorization form available below. Payment by check or money order (payable to Clerk of Courts) is also accepted. Please do not send any cash.
- Proof of Party Form. Access to certain protected information (i.e., Separation Agreements, Parenting Plans, Sworn Financial Statements in DR (domestic) cases) is only given to parties of a case. Use this form if your case is not open to the public (JV cases – Dependency/Neglect, Juvenile Support, Paternity; JD cases (Delinquency) or if the information you are requesting is protected information. If you are not sure if this form is necessary for your request, please contact the Records department.
Please fax your request to 970-494-3580, email to 08RecordRequest@judicial.state.co.us or mail to the address below.
Please direct all requests or other related correspondence to:
ATTN: Records Department
Larimer County Justice Center
201 La Porte Avenue, Suite 100
Fort Collins, CO 80521-2761
Phone: (970) 494-3508 or (970) 494-3509
Fax: (970) 494-3580
|Instructions for Record Requests
|Proof of Party Form
|Record Request Credit Card Authorization Form
|Record Request Form
Mortgage Lenders Requests: Mortgage lenders do not have access to divorce documents required for a mortgage application. A party in the case must obtain the documents. Please mark the request as URGENT – MORTGAGE at the top of your forms. The documents will be sent to the party in the case.
Name Changes: If a name change has been granted in a civil case, the party will need a certified copy of the Final Decree of Change of Name. If a name change is granted in a divorce decree, the party will also need a certified copy of the decree to make the necessary name change with government agencies (e.g., Social Security, DMV, Passports, etc.)