How do I find death records in PA?

How do I find death records in PA?

If you have questions about Pennsylvania death certificates, contact the Division of Vital Records using one of the following methods:Online contact form – Allow two to three business days for a response.Call or toll-free at Mondays through Fridays 7:15 am to 10:00 pm.

How do I find court records in PA?

Search and view individual court case information (including docket sheets)—for free—please go to the UJS web portal. Search, view and print Unified Judicial System (UJS) contract summaries, detailed expenditure data, monthly salary and annual compensation reports.

Is Cause of death public knowledge?

County records that list a cause of death are open to the public, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.Oct 8, 2014

How can you find out why someone died?

Go to the court house of the county where the person resided (or maybe died) and explain to the clerk who you need death certificate for, where they resided or died, and the date of their death. You may have to pay a nominal fee. They will most likely direct you to their computer data base.

How do you find out if a relative has died?

How to Find Out If Someone Has DiedRead through online obituaries. Social media should be your next choice. Visit the local church’s website. Do a general search on a search engine. Check local news websites. Locate the person’s grave site to confirm whether they’ve passed away. See if they’re on a genealogy website.More items…•

How can I find out if someone is still alive?

Check with the vital records department of the state in which the person was last known to have lived. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention maintains a list of vital records offices on its website (see Resources). Also contact the county clerk for the county in which the person passed away.