Missouri Document Retrieval Services

We provide document retrieval services throughout Missouri. Our team of experienced abstractors has the expertise needed to retrieve documents from any county in Missouri.

We specialize in three types of document retrieval services: deed searches, civil court records, and UCC filings.

Document Retrieval For The Missouri Mortgage Industry

We can conduct a search through the public records of any of Missouri's 114 counties! We'll find any missing documents you need, including:

  • Deeds
  • Mortgages
  • Property liens
  • Assignments
  • Lien releases
  • And more!

Whether you need basic photocopies or court-certified copies, we can take care of it for you!

How Long Does Document Retrieval Take in Missouri?

In general, real estate documents can be found and retrieved within 24 hours. However, if you need documents from a remote county our team doesn't visit often, it could take a bit longer. If this is the case, we'll keep you updated on the progress of your request!

Missouri Deed Search

Need a deed for a property in Missouri? We'll find it for you! Whether you need a deed, mortgage, or release, our experienced team will conduct a deed search and send back everything they find.

All we need from you is the name of the grantor or grantee, the property's address, and the county the property is located in. If you need a specific type of deed, such as a warranty or quitclaim deed, let us know ahead of time!

Civil Court Records Search in Missouri

Civil court case searches are a more specialized and detailed form of document retrieval. We've performed tens of thousands of civil case retrieval requests for our clients, so we know exactly what's needed when it comes to court case files.

We can retrieve civil court records including:

  • Divorce records
  • Foreclosures
  • Wills
  • List of heirs
  • Death certificates

We'll need you to supply us with names, a range of years to search, or a case number if you have it! Including a case number makes the process a lot faster, as we won't have to search through years of probate court records to find what we're looking for.

How Long Does a Civil Court Case Search Take?

Most civil court case document requests can be returned to you within 48 hours. However, there are a few things that could delay the process such as a file needing to be ordered from storage, the case being in mediation, or the case residing in the judge's chamber. Our expert team of searchers will check the status of your court case file requests regularly, keeping you updated every step of the way until your documents are available.

Missouri UCC Search

UCCs are documents filed at either the state or county level. To retrieve a UCC filing, we need the name of the debtor and, if possible, the name of the secured party. If you have additional information, such as the approximate transaction or recording date, that's helpful, too!

Based on your specifications, we can provide you with the full recording information or simply the continuances and terminations of the UCC.

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Kirsten – as usual your service was spot on, timely and reasonably priced. Thank you so much. I’m the only department in need of title and deed work at our firm thus far, but will forward info about Blue Streak Docs to whomever needs your info if the occasion arises. Thanks again, Kirsten.
L.W. (St. Louis, MO)

Missouri Counties Served:

Adair • Andrew • Atchison • Audrain • Barry • Barton • Bates • Benton • Bollinger • Boone • Buchanan • Butler • Caldwell • Callaway • Camden • Cape Girardeau • Carroll • Carter • Cass • Cedar • Chariton • Christian • Clark • Clay • Clinton • Cole • Cooper • Crawford • Dade • Dallas • Daviess • DeKalb • Dent • Douglas • Dunklin • Franklin • Gasconade • Gentry • Greene • Grundy • Harrison • Henry • Hickory • Holt • Howard • Howell • Iron • Jackson • Jasper • Jefferson • Johnson • Knox • Laclede • Lafayette • Lawrence • Lewis • Lincoln • Linn • Livingston • Macon • Madison • Maries • Marion • McDonald • Mercer • Miller • Mississippi • Moniteau • Monroe • Montgomery • Morgan • New Madrid • Newton • Nodaway • Oregon • Osage • Ozark • Pemiscot • Perry • Pettis • Phelps • Pike • Platte • Polk • Pulaski • Putnam • Ralls • Randolph • Ray • Reynolds • Ripley • Saline • Schuyler • Scotland • Scott • Shannon • Shelby • St Charles • St Clair • St Francois • St Louis • St Louis • Ste Genevieve • Stoddard • Stone • Sullivan • Taney • Texas • Vernon • Warren • Washington • Wayne • Webster • Worth • Wright

Missouri - Economics

Missouri’s economy rests chiefly on industry. Aerospace and transportation equipment are the main manufactures; food products, chemicals, printing and publishing, machinery, fabricated metals, and electrical equipment are also important. St. Louis is an important center for the manufacture of metals and chemicals. In Kansas City, long a leading market for livestock and wheat, the manufacture of vending machines and of cars and trucks are leading industries.

Coal in the west and north central sections, lead in the southeast, and zinc in the southwest are among the resources exploited by Missouri’s mining concerns. Lead (Missouri has been the top U.S. producer), cement, and stone are the chief minerals produced.

Missouri remains important agriculturally; with over 100,000 farms, the state ranks second only to Texas. The most valuable farm products are soybeans, corn, cattle, hogs, wheat, and dairy items. The development of resorts in the Ozarks, including Branson and several lakes, has boosted tourism income.

Missouri - Facts & Figures

Area:69,686 sq mi (180,487 sq km)
Population:5,595,211 (as of 2000), a 9.3% increase since the 1990 census
Capital:Jefferson City
Largest City:Kansas City
Statehood:Aug 10, 1821 (24th state)
Highest Point:Taum Sauk Mt., 1,772 ft (540 m)
Lowest Point:St. Francis River, 230 ft (70 m)
Nickname:Show Me State
Motto:Salus Populi Suprema Lex Esto (The Welfare of the People Shall Be the Supreme Law)
Abbreviation:Mo, MO

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