You should contact the civil registry office in the state where the divorce occurred. This can be done in person, over the phone or online. Just like at the county level, you must fill out an application form that includes all relevant information and pay the required fee.
You can ask the person to show the divorce decree. From personal data, you can find out his or her divorce status on the website of the relevant High Court, the national data network, e.g. From Punjab and Haryana High Court website, with his name as case status etc.
The clerk’s office may grant you access to their records for free or for a small fee. Sometimes a person claims to be divorced without completing anything. This is something he should talk about in advance as he is still considered legally married.
In the UK, only the final decree (formerly known as absolute decree) is classified as a public record.
In some cases, absence of sex in a marriage can be a valid ground for divorce, as there are laws governing no sex in marriage. In fact, sometimes a marriage without sex is an indication that a marriage cannot be restored.
Affairs are also commonly referred to as “infidelity” or “cheating”. When specifically referring to an affair involving one or two married people, it may also be referred to as “adultery” or “extramarital affair”. An affair may have other names, depending on characteristics or type of affair.
Ask him directly. Ask him personally if he has a girlfriend. If you still can’t figure out if he’s dating another girl, ask him directly. Avoid texting, instant messaging, or other electronic messages as it’s important that you can hear him respond to your question.
Whether a couple is formally or informally separated, they are still married. This means that any extramarital relationship or dating during this time may be considered adultery.
It is not adultery if you have already separated
If you engage in a sexual relationship with someone while you are still legally married, it is technically adultery, itself if you and your ex-spouse are no longer living together and are no longer in a relationship emotionally or physically.
You can visit the UK Government website and request a copy of an absolute or final order. It is important to note that this will cost £10 and you will need to know the case number of the divorce and the court where the divorce was granted.
To obtain legal proof of your own divorce, or any divorce in England or Wales dating from 1858 to the present day, visit the GOV.UK website to learn how to obtain a copy of an absolute can request judgement. Contact the National Records of Scotland for Scottish divorce records.
The simple answer is that only one document in your divorce files is open to the public: the Decree Absolute. The rest of the documents remain confidential between the parties, their representatives and the court.