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Process for ordering court records works in Arkansas

All checks or money orders should be paid to Arkansas Department of Health. They accept personal checks. You need to call or visit the official website to confirm the current fees. Here, you may also apply for a birth, death or marriage certificate.

Birth records are available from 1 February 1914 onwards at twelve dollars. You need to be the registrant or an immediate family member to order for this record. You should also provide the date of birth, full name of father, maiden name of mother, your relationship with the individual, your name, address, telephone number and signature with the reason for request with the application.

You can obtain death records from 1 February 1914 onwards for ten dollars if you are a legal registrant or a family member. With your request, you require to include the full name of the individual, race, date of death, place of death, age at death, name of spouse, name of parents, reason for request and your relationship with the individual.

For marriage records and divorce records from 1917 and 1923 onwards respectively, you need to pay ten dollars each. These are available only to the couples, legal registrant and family members.

For more details on ordering court records works in Arkansas, you can visit the official website at the address mentioned below:

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