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Public records are those records that are maintained by State authorities and are legally accessible by the public. They are legal information and valid in the eyes of the law. These records are of great help to lawyers, law enforcement officials, and other individuals. They aid background checks and help in investigation checks. These public records may also be required for employment screening, foreign residency and other reasons. Vital records are a frequently searched type of public record that include birth records, death records, marriage records, and divorce records. Other frequently searched records include property records, civil records, criminal records, driving records etc. The courts of the land have made it legal for the public to view these records and you can access them only for legal purposes.

Are public records legal in Arkansas?

Public records are under State jurisdiction and they are subject to individual state laws. You have to abide by the rules and the regulations of the State in order to access them. These records are updated and maintained on a regular basis. They contain copies of all files, papers and documents. They are comprehensive reports that can throw significant light on any individual’s background. They are very helpful for legal research and reference and that is the reason that they are highly popular today.

Who can obtain Arkansas public records?

Arkansas Public Records are open records that are maintained by the courts of Arkansas. They can be accessed through the county courthouses or other state and local offices and agencies. These public records include such things as all vital records, court records, incarceration records, adoption records and real estate records. You can get information by writing or by going to the courthouses or more easily by searching online through comprehensive websites. These websites help you to save time and money for the purpose of accessing important public records. These websites may charge a nominal fee for the searches or can be absolutely free. Before using a paid website make sure that you learn about it in detail.

Where can I find Arkansas public and criminal records?

Websites like ours can give you a comprehensive list of all Arkansas public records. They have gathered information on court cases, criminal records and other vital records in your area. In addition to your personal searches they also can help you to take precautions for all your business ventures, enabling you to conduct searches related to incorporations, banks and insurance companies. These websites are very easy to navigate and you can easily conduct searches by entering data like name or county into the search fields. You can easily search county information and you do not have to physically run from place to place doing so.

From the comfort of your home you can just click the mouse and find comprehensive online public records for Ashley, Benton, Clark, Columbia, Garland, Greene, Lawrence, Marion, Nevada, Perry, Polk, Sharp, Washington, White, Yell, and the remaining sixty counties.

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Arkansas Marriage Records

Among our records following cities may be found:
Fayetteville
Fort Smith
Jonesboro
Little Rock
North Little Rock
Pine Bluff

More about Arkansas

Arkansas News
Stateline.org provides a daily state-by-state summary of selected news stories, as well as some general information about the state and a handful of selected other links.

Arkansas Homepage
Arkansas.gov is the official website for the State of Arkansas.  It provides access to information about the state and many links to state government resources, as well as business resources, educational resources, employment resources and more.

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Executive Branch

Attorney General, Arkansas
Auditor, Arkansas
Governor, Office of
Lieutenant Governor, Office of
Secretary of State, Office of the
State Lands, Arkansas Commissioner of
Treasurer, Office of the

Arkansas State Agencies
Agriculture Department
Bank Department
Department of Correction
Department of Education
Department of Emergency Management
Environmental Quality Department
Department of Finance and Administration
Department of Health
Department of Higher Education
Highway and Transportation Department
Department of Human Services
Insurance Department
Department of Labor
Securities Department
Department of Veteran Affairs

Arkansas Employee Telephone Directory
You can search this online directory by name or agency, including Boards and Commissions.

Arkansas Legislative Branch
The Arkansas legislative branch website provides links to the State House of Representatives and Senate as well as to the Bureau of Legislative Research. It also provides online access to the Arkansas Code.

State Capitol Building
Little Rock, AR, 72201

House of Representatives Room 350
Phone: 501-682-7771
Senate Room 320
Phone: 501-682-6107

Arkansas Courts and Judiciary
The Judiciary website provides access to information for judges, lawyers, educators, and the public.  Court announcements and opinions are found here, as well as links to various directories and to the courts.

Arkansas Supreme Court
Clerk of Courts: 501-682-6849
625 Marshall Street
1320 Justice Building
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
Arkansas Court of Appeals
Arkansas Circuit Court
District Courts
City Court

Arkansas Vital Records
Arkansas vital records (births, deaths, marriages, and divorces) are maintained by the Department of Health.  The website provides information about fees, required documentation, and alternative methods for ordering the records.

Arkansas Department of Health Vital Records, Slot 44
4815 West Markham
Little Rock AR 72205
or Call 1-800-637-9314

Arkansas Unclaimed Property
Arkansas’ Auditor of State office is responsible for managing the state’s unclaimed property.

1401 West Capitol Avenue
Suite 325
Little Rock, AR 72201
501- 682-6000

To see if a name appears on an unclaimed property list, see the “Great Treasure Hunt of Arkansas” site.

Arkansas County and City Information
Information about each of Arkansas’ counties can be found from the Arkansas.gov County & City webpage. From within the information page for each county are information links to its major cities.

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