Where do I get a death certificate in Kenosha WI?

Where do I get a death certificate in Kenosha WI?

Apply in person for a copy of a death certificate at Kenosha County Administration Building, Register of Deeds Office, 1010 56th St.,Kenosha, WI 53140 or at Kenosha County Center, 19600 75th St., Bristol, WI 53104. Complete the Death Certificate Application Form.

How do I get a copy of a birth certificate in Kenosha Wisconsin?

You can either order online, send an order in by mail, or visit the Register of Deeds Office where you may purchase the record at our counter. View recording fees.

How much is the Register of deeds in Kenosha County?

The Register of Deeds records, maintains, and provides access to all the real estate records in Kenosha County. The fee to record a deed, land contract, mortgage, or satisfaction is $30, regardless of the number of pages.

What kind of records are in Kenosha County?

Vital records document the span of our lives from birth to death. Land records documenting title to real property in Kenosha county are maintained. The Kenosha County Register of Deeds office electronically records 70% of it’s documents.

What does the Kenosha County Land Information Office do?

The Land Information Office of Kenosha County was created in accordance to chapter 59.72 (3) of the Wisconsin State Statutes. The principal function of the office is to interpret legal descriptions on recorded documents and make the necessary changes to the real estate assessment roll for assessment and taxation purposes.

Can documents be sent to the Kenosha office?

We are able to process documents and vital records applications received through the mail. All correspondence including documents to be recorded, vital records to be filed and applications for purchase of vital records or documents can be mailed to our main office at 1010 56th Street, Kenosha WI 53140.

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