Death Certificate

It is an official document in which a doctor has signed and described the cause, date, and place of the event, among other things. It usually contains the following information about the deceased:

  • Full name
  • Address
  • Sex
  • Education and profession
  • Date and place of birth
  • Date, place and time of death
  • Conditions and causes of death 
  • Progenitor’s full name
  • Social security name 
  • Marital status

There could be additional or different details depending on the state in which the certificate has been issued. After this document is completed and signed, it needs a signature by the clerk or a state official to grant validity in a legal aspect and be a certificate. 

A death certificate is usually required to solve administration for assets and financial processes that the deceased person had. It is also possible to need several certified copies for each purpose. This document and its certified copies are issued at the Vital Records Office of the state in which the events happened, or it can be ordered online from anywhere.(anadir enlace)

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