tranet provides certified translations of death certificates!
Examples for a Death Certificate
Our translators translate and certify the death certificate. Finally, a sworn translator stamps the translated document to confirm that the content of the translation corresponds to the original. Each translation is checked according to the four-eyes principle.
You can currently order certified translations in the following original and target languages in our Online-Shop: German, Spanish, English, French and Catalan.
On request we also translate and certify other languages.
Synonyms/Closely Related Terms for Death Certificate
Declaration of Death, Death Registration
What is a Death Certificate ?
The death certificate is an official certificate of the death of a person, stating the place and time of death. It also contains the first name and surname of the deceased as well as his date and place of birth.
What Do I Need a Certified Translation of a Death Certificate for?
The certified translation of a death certificate is required, for example, for the issue of a certificate of inheritance by the probate court, for applications for a survivor’s pension or for life insurance benefits if the place of death is abroad and the certificate was issued there.
Where Do I Get a Death Certificate?
In Germany, you can obtain your death certificate from the registry office responsible for the place of death. The registry office requires the death certificate, the identity card of the deceased, his birth certificate (for single persons), marriage certificate (for married persons), marriage certificate and a legally binding divorce decree (for divorcees), marriage certificate and death certificate of the partner (for widows).
Nowadays, you can apply for further copies of the death certificate online at almost all registry offices.
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The Price for a Death Certificate
24 hours a day, you can immediately and without obligation receive the price for the translation and certification of death certificates. You only have to answer three short questions:
Your enquiry has not yet been resolved? Do not hesitate to get in direct and personal contact with
Cristina Navas Villalonga
Certified Translator of German, Spanish and Catalan by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main