You may need the Death Certificate Apostille for:
Overseas Authorities – Pension, Insurance Claim – Solicitor or Notary for inheritance procedure
Dead body transport, Funeral – Research your family tree – Court or Police investigation
What is a Death Certificate Apostille Legalisation?
A death certificate in the UK is an official document issued by the government (GRO – Gov Record Office) or Coroner, which declares the cause of death, location, time of death and some other personal information about the deceased (marriage status, illness etc)
How to get copies of Death Certificates?
Usually, you get a Death certificate shortly after the death of a person and is issued by Doctor, Coroner or Gov officials. If you have lost or you need a new Death Certificate, we can issue in 1-2 working days. Apostille on the Dead Certificate can be issued then on the same day on emergency.
How to legalise Death Certificate – Apostille UK
Get your documents apostille legalised in 3 easy, fast and safe steps.
2: Post your original documents
You’ll find the postal address and all needed details in the confirmation email you’ll receive after you secure your legalisation order.
For paper-back form please do not forget to put the printed form too in the envelope.
3: Get documents legalised
We legalise your documents and post them back to you at the specified address.
The standard postage it’s FREE of charge and if you are in a hurry, we can send them faster for a small postage fee.
How to legalise?
Death Certificate Apostille UK
Make the booking online then send by post or drop the documents at our office
Legalise by FORM
- Print and fill the Order Form with your details
- Post your documents with the Order Form to us
- We legalise your documents and post back to you
- Postal address is written on the top of the form
- If you do not have a printer then please post your document to us with your details written down (Name, Email, Telephone and Return Address)
- Payment can be made by Debit/Credit Card on the invoice, Bank transfer, Cheque, Postal Order, Paypal, etc.
Death Certificate can be issued only by a registered Coroner or Procurator Fiscal in Scotland . The best practice is to get Death Certificate Apostille on original or certified copy (sign by an Solicitor or Public Notary)
Be aware that I you may need to get a copy of the Will, Testament or the Probate documents legalised with apostille.
Death Certificate Apostille can be issued in one day or one hour in emergency situation
Replacement Death Certificate Apostille can be ordered if you have a picture of the document or the decesed details. If lost, we at the Apostille UK can issue another death certificate then legalise with Hague Apostille