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Process for ordering court records works in Nebraska

Any check or money order for court orders in Nebraska should be payable to the Bureau of Vital Statistics. Personal checks are also accepted. You may also visit the official website or call the office to confirm current fees.

For birth and death records from late 1904, you need to pay eight dollars and seven dollars respectively. Birth and death records in the state are usually not considered as public records and made available to only the person named, their spouse, child or parent.

Any record less than fifty years old can be easily accessed for genealogy purposes. The requests for these records need to be accompanied with the following information:

a) The full name at birth
b) The date of birth/death
c) The place of birth/death
d) Fathers full name
e) Mother’s maiden name
f) Your relationship to the person named on the certificate
g) The reasons for your request

In case the birth or death has occurred prior to 1904, then you need to contact the county where either of these events have occurred.

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

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