Need a Arkansas Death Certificate? Skip the Line at Your Local Office!
Save a trip to the Health Department office with our death certificate application assistance services. We’ll simplify the tedious application process for you by providing you with the direction and documents you need to quickly apply for your death certificate.
You don’t have to wait to get the help you need with your application! We will be there to help you during the entire application process.
Having a valid death certificate is required in order to obtain many crucial documents and services including (but not limited to):
amendment to vital record, estate/ probate, social security, discharge loan, medical, insurance, veteran's benefits, tax purpose, legal purpose, genealogy
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Here’s why we are unique and able to maximize the efficiency of the application process:
- Long waiting lines
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- Strict business hours, closed during holidays
- Extremely busy phone line
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What Official Documents Do I Need To Order My Application For My Arkansas Official Death Certificate?
Most of the time, the only document you need to submit an application for a death certificate is a copy of your photo ID. Once you are ready to get started, you will find that our application assistance services are comprehensive, secure, and easy to follow.
Our services offer help by guiding an applicant along a simple, two-step process:
The applicant will choose one of our premium services, which allow for either an electronic download or a physical delivery of completely filled out and signed application materials, and crucial submission instructions to the applicant’s address of choice.
After following the instructions, the applicant will place the completed application documents along with a check covering their state's application fee and a notarized letter* into a mailing envelope, and mail the items to their state Health Department office.
Once these steps are complete, the individual only needs to wait for approval from the Health Department to receive their official death certificate. Yes, it's that simple!