Divorce records are public records of divorces, which are maintained by the county clerk in the state where the divorces occurred.
Since they are public records, you can usually access them through a request to the county clerk. However, some divorce records may be sealed to protect, for example, victims of domestic violence or the financial information of the divorcees.
Currently, New York is the only state that automatically seals all of its divorce records for 100 years.
For more information, check out: How to find public vital records?