A baby death certificate is a document certifying a person’s passing, documented by a medical practitioner and issued by the county coroner or another government office. This document provides full details about the deceased, including the date, location, and cause of the person’s death.
Death certificates are sometimes used to fully understand the person’s cause of death for further study or to use as evidence to prove family members’ legitimacy to receive medical and life insurance benefits left behind by the deceased and to help address property succession issues.
In this article, we show you the different and most common death certificate templates for your perusal. We do advise you to refrain from using these as a substitute for government-issued documents as it is against the law. There are a ton of templates for a Death Certificate in this article (and more on our website), and we explain when they are best used.
Baby Death Certificate Templates. The issuance of this certificate differs in every area. Some hand out death certificates for stillborn babies while some do not, and some take into account the gestation period of the infant. Check your local legislation about their terms for issuance of baby death certificates.