What records are available?Recorded documents, such as grant deeds, deeds of trust, and liens, recorded in Sacramento County since 1850, are available for viewing at any of our office locations.Sacramento County's index of recorded documents is available online to perform a search by party name and year of recording. Be sure to notate the book and page number if you want to order a copy of the document.Court records, such as court orders, divorce records, and wills are available from the Sacramento Superior Court. For court orders or divorce records contact the Civil Division at (916) 874-5522 or read the instructions for obtaining copies of civil documents. For wills and other probate records contact the Probate Unit at (916) 875-3400 or read the instructions for obtaining copies of probate documents.How do I request a copy?Copies of recorded documents may be requested by mail, telephone, fax, or in person at any of our office locations.To order by mail or fax, complete the order form (request alternate format) and return it to our office. The return address and fax number are on the form itself.To order copies by telephone, contact us.How much does a copy cost?Certified Copies$13.00 for the first page and $2.00 for each additional page.Non-Certified Copies$12.00 for the first page and $2.00 for each additional page.Find out about acceptable forms of payment.