Colorado Court Records Overview

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Process for ordering court records works in Colorado

The check or money order must be paid directly to vital records section. The money can also be paid via a credit card. However, you need to pay about dollar six as convenience charges extra. You can also call or visit the official website to verify current fees. A picture copy of the identification of the requestor should be attached to the request made for birth and death record.

Any birth records from the year 1910 onwards will cost about fifteen dollars. The state law limits access to the registrant, immediate family members or others showing potential interest in the record. You should also include the following information with your request:

a) The full name of the person listed on the certificate

b) The date of birth

c) The place of birth

d) Full name of father

e) Full maiden name of mother

f) Your exact relationship to the person whose certificate you are requesting for

g) Your address

h) Your phone number (day time)

For death records from the year 1900 and onwards, you should pay about fifteen dollars. The state law restricts access to the registrant and immediate family members or anyone who is representing a potential interest in the record. You need to include good information on the full name of the person listed on the death certificate, date of death, place of death, full name of father, full name of mother (maiden), your exact relationship to the deceased listed whose certificate you are requesting, your address and day time telephone number.

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