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Vital records, including birth, death, adoption, marriage and divorce, are confidential per Colorado state statute (C.R.S. 25-2-117). As a result, Colorado vital records are not public records and therefore not searchable online.
Visit a state or national archives facility. Some records may also be digitized and available on the national archives website. National archives facilities are more likely to have records of someone who died during wartime or while serving in the military.
In Colorado, a death record can be obtained through the Vital Records Section of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The Colorado Vital Records Section has custody of death certificates for the entire state since 1900.
In Colorado, a death record can be obtained through the Vital Records Section of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The Colorado Vital Records Section has custody of death certificates for the entire state since 1900.
In Colorado, a death record can be obtained through the Vital Records Section of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The Colorado Vital Records Section has custody of death certificates for the entire state since 1900.
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Processing time for mail orders is ten weeks from date received. Online orders and phone orders are thirty business days to process.
A post-mortem examination, also known as an autopsy, is the examination of a body after death. The aim of a post-mortem is to determine the cause of death. Post-mortems are carried out by pathologists (doctors who specialise in understanding the nature and causes of disease).
Vital records, including birth, death, adoption, marriage and divorce, are confidential per Colorado state statute (C.R.S. 25-2-117). As a result, Colorado vital records are not public records and therefore not searchable online.
By visiting www.deceasedonline.com, you can carry out a standard search online for a deceased person, provided you have their first and last name, as well as their birth date and death date.
You can order a State of Colorado birth certificate or a Denver County death certificate online, by mail, or in-person (walk-ins are always welcome). The cost for a first copy of a certificate is $20. Additional copies are $13. Expedited shipping is available via FedEx for $25.

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