Death certificates are essential records that provide entitlement to an estate claim, as well as probate inquiries. They’re also highly useful during requests for genealogical research. Attestation for death certificates is the act in witnessing the certificates by qualified doctors with their signatures and official seals.
A death certificate comprises of crucial details relate-d to the death of an individual, such as how and when it happened. Other information a death certificate has includes name of the deceased, date of death, date of birth, verification sign by doctor confirming death, and more. A death certificate attestation also confirms that a certificate has been issued and signed by those whose signatures and information on the document. Death certificate attestation is often obtained by relatives and family members of a deceased person.