Birth Certificate

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How to Get a Certified Copy of a Death Certificate

A person must be 18 to get a  certified copy of a death certificate that can be used to obtain beneficiary death benefits, claim beneficiary insurance proceeds, notify social security, and other legal purposes.

Where to Find an Attorney for Specific Legal Advice

 All legal service programs in Arizona differ, and their criteria for accepting cases vary as well. Find out what programs are available and where to go for assistance.

How to Get a Certified Copy of a Birth Certificate

To request a birth certificate, you must be at least 18 years old and an immediate family member of the person on the birth certificate. The Arizona Office of Vital Records has birth and death records.

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Question: The mother of my child says she removed me from my daughters birth cer
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Question: My question is the father of my child wasn't there when we signed the birth certificate so my daughter doesn't have his last name. How can I add him to the birth certificate and add his last name to my daughter?
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Question: I applied for birth certificate at hospital for my baby boy when he was born and I have not received it
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Question: yes i need to know how much it will cost me to get a new birth certificate when i moved i lost my birth certificate so i need a new one my fathers name is walter o clark my mothers name is lois a clark and mine is anakin j ginger i have change my name legally and now i need the cost of it
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Question: My son is 10 and two years ago I had a paternity test done with his biological father but I have his step dad on the birth certificate. What can I do to have him removed from the birth certificate?
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