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Databases Updated on Jan 20, 2021

What Information is Available in Vital Record Reports?

Divorce Records

Divorce Records

Curious if your current love interest has any skeletons in their closet like they are still married and never got divorced? Find out quickly and efficiently if someone has filed for divorce and the state they filed in. You can also see the names and ages of both parties.

Birth Records

Birth Records

Birth records can tell you a lot about a person, including their real name, parents' names, their actual date of birth, and where they were born. Our lookup tool makes the job of researching birth records quick and easy.

Death Records

Death Records

Death records can be tricky to locate if you don't have the right resource or know where to look. Using a search tool like ours, you can find death records from all over the country that include the deceased's name, the cause of death, date, time and location of death, and more.

Marriage Records

Marriage Records

Marriage records are a source of family information, including Marriage Dates, Bride and Groom’s Sex, Ages, Full Names and more. Use our fast online search to know Bride’s Maiden Name or the full Marital History of both spouses.

What are Vital Records?

What are Vital Records?

Vital records are official government records of life events such as births, deaths, marriages, and divorces. Some may also include adoptions and domestic partnerships. Typically, vital records are maintained at the town, county, or state level. Currently, there is no federal system for maintaining vital records.

Each state has different laws for maintaining and access to vital records. Depending on who stores and issues vital records, you may have to visit a government office in person, or you might be able to order vital records online. You will have to pay a fee in almost all cases and verify your identity to get copies. Access to most vital records (specifically birth and death) is usually restricted to family members and legal representatives.

Americans need vital records at different times throughout their lives. When applying for a passport or driver's license, you must produce a copy of your birth certificate. If someone in your life dies, you will need a copy of their death certificate to claim life insurance. Marriage records are required for various purposes, and you need a copy of your divorce paperwork to change your name back. Most often, vital records verify your identity for legal purposes.  

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