Alabama Document Retrieval Services

Blue Streak Docs has over a decade of experience retrieving documents throughout the U.S. We provide advanced document tracking technology and always obtain the documents you need with lightning-fast speed and unparalleled accuracy.

Try out our document retrieval services in Alabama. We specialize in deed searches, civil court document retrieval, and UCC searches, though we can work with you on custom orders.

Document Retrieval For The Alabama Mortgage Industry

Need real estate documents for a residential property in Alabama? We've got you covered.

We can retrieve mortgage-related documents from all of Alabama's 67 counties, including:

  • Mortgage or property liens
  • Deeds
  • Assignments
  • Lien releases
  • Court-certified copies
  • And more!

We're happy to cater to the needs of your business/project! Simply let us know how you'd like to receive your documents. We can provide photocopies, court-certified copies, or send a detailed report containing the information discovered during our search.

How Long Does Document Retrieval Take in Alabama?

Most document retrieval requests can be turned around within 24 hours. However, it may require more time if you need documents from a remote county we don't visit often.

Alabama Deed Search

If you need a deed for residential property in Alabama, try out our reliable deed search services! Whether you need one deed or hundreds, we've got you covered. Deed searches can get surprisingly complex, however, our experienced document tracking team knows how to locate deeds in any Alabama county.

All we need from you is the property's address, the county it's located in, and the name of the grantor or grantee.

Civil Court Case Document Retrieval in Alabama

Blue Streak Docs has been retrieving civil court case files throughout Alabama for years. We've built up a robust vendor network that's well-versed in obtaining court case documents found in Probate Court records.

This type of document retrieval involves files related to:

  • Divorce cases
  • Foreclosures
  • Wills
  • List of heirs
  • Death certificates
  • Notices
  • Pleadings
  • And more!

Let us know what you're looking for, and our document retrieval experts will search through all available public records to find it. If you have a case number, it will drastically reduce the amount of time it takes for us to locate a document. If you don't have that, it's ok — just provide us with the name(s) related to the court case and a range of years to search.

How Long Does Civil Court Case Document Retrieval Take?

Most documents can be retrieved within 48 hours. However, if the case is in mediation, in the judge's chambers, or documents need to be ordered from storage, it will take a bit longer. Our searchers will check the status of your document request regularly until they're available, and will always keep you up to date on the status!

Alabama UCC Search

Able to be filed at both the state and county level, we can find UCC filings for any debtor. We will need the name of the debtor, the name of the secured part (if possible), and approximate date of the transaction or recording.

If needed, we can include any continuances and terminations we discover during our search. We can also send over copies of the documents, or report on the full recording information. We're here to make your job as easy and stress-free as possible, so let us know exactly what you need and we'll get it done!

Try Our Document Retrieval Services Today!

We take pride in offering fast, accurate document retrieval services! You can rest assured knowing you'll receive your documents on time and within budget. With our advanced document tracking technology, you'll get results as quickly as possible and remain up to date with the status of each of your requests.

So, what are you waiting for? Try us out today!

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We still feel like the Blue Streak property report is a superior product in the market and will continue to use over other vendors. And your recording services are excellent.
K.C. (Client, AL)

Alabama Counties Served:

Autauga • Baldwin • Barbour (Clayton) • Barbour (Eufaula) • Bibb • Blount • Bullock • Butler • Calhoun • Chambers • Cherokee • Chilton • Choctaw • Clarke • Clay • Cleburne • Coffee-Elba • Coffee-Enterprise • Colbert • Conecuh • Coosa • Covington • Crenshaw • Cullman • Dale • Dallas • DeKalb • Elmore • Escambia • Etowah • Fayette • Franklin • Geneva • Greene • Hale • Henry • Houston • Jackson • Jefferson-Bessmer • Jefferson-Birmingham • Lamar • Lauderdale • Lawrence • Lee • Limestone • Lowndes • Macon • Madison • Marengo • Marion • Marshall • Mobile • Monroe • Montgomery • Morgan • Perry • Pickens • Pike • Randolph • Russell • Shelby • St Clair-Ashville • St Clair-Pell City • Sumter • Talladega • Tallapoosa • Tuscaloosa • Walker • Washington • Wilcox • Winston

Alabama - Economics

The central Black Belt, formerly a principal cotton-growing area, is now employed largely for raising poultry (the state ranks third in U.S. broiler chicken production) and cattle, Alabama’s most valuable agricultural products. Cotton is still the chief crop; greenhouse plants, peanuts, and vegetables are also important.

Although about half of Alabama’s area is devoted to agriculture, manufacturing accounts for a larger share of the state’s income. Where the Tennessee River loops across the north, hydroelectric power from the Tennessee Valley Authority has converted much agricultural land to industrial uses. Alabama has the second most extensive (after Georgia) forests in the contiguous United States, and pulp and paper products lead manufactures. Other major industries produce chemicals, electronics, textiles, processed foods, and automobiles. Oil and gas, cement, and stone lead mineral production; the state’s once-prominent coal industry is gradually declining. The Marshall NASA Space Flight Center, Redstone Arsenal, Maxwell Air Force Base, and Forts Rucker and McClellan contribute significantly to the economy.

Alabama - Facts & Figures

Area:51,609 sq mi (133,677 sq km)
Population:4,447,100 (as of 2000), a 10.1% increase since the 1990 census
Largest City:Birmingham
Statehood:Dec. 14, 1819 (22d state)
Highest Point:Cheaha Mt., 2,407 ft (734 m)
Lowest Point:Sea Level
Nickname:Heart of Dixie
Motto:We Dare Defend Our Rights
Tree:Southern (Longleaf) Pine
Abbreviation:Ala, AL

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