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Process for ordering courts records works in Florida

To order for courts records works in Florida, you need to pay check or money order directly to vital statistics. You can also call or visit the website in order to confirm current fees. The requests ordered should be accompanied by a picture copy of the driver’s license or any other official picture identification and signature of the request.

For ordering birth records from the year 1917 onwards, you should pay fourteen dollars. You would get a picture copy of the original record in this case. You should remember that birth in Florida less than hundred years old are not considered as public records. These are only available to the person listed on the certificate.

The parents or legal guardian of the person listed can also claim for the same. In case, the individual named on the certificate is deceased, the birth certificate is also available to the spouse of the registrant, his or her child, grand child or sibling only if the request is accompanied by a copy of his or her death certificate.

In case you are ordering for death records from 1877, you need pay five dollars. The Florida death certificate can be ordered by anyone. However, the cause of death is considered confidential for a period of fifty years after the death and can only be released to the descendant’s spouse, parent, child, grand child or sibling. In case, you don’t state your relationship to the individual, you would be issued a certified copy which will not include the cause of death information.

For more information, you can visit our official website at the following address: www.myflorida.com

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