Imagine this... You're at the office, and you have no time to visit the government offices. You badly need to get your legal documents. You rush there during lunch and as you sit in the county office, the employee politely tells you: "You’ll need to come back in four days and we should have your records by then”. Not exactly what you want to hear.
Here's another scenario... You search out your local government's website online. You click around consumed in information overload. You finally give up because you're simply buried with too much public data, and you’ve made no progress.
The Reality: Searching for public records yourself can be a tedious and time-consuming ordeal. You desperately need a birth certificate, death certificate, marriage, or divorce certificate, and you simply feel helpless.
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We don't charge for specific forms or other documents. These can be freely obtained from your local Vital Statistics Office. Our fee is for the convenience of immediate access & assistance of all your BDM questions and concerns. Our services and other information can be obtained for from your local Vital Statistics Office, or other government office, and it's usually free (OFFICIAL BDM SITE*).
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