Cremation Services in Connecticut

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Helpful information about cremation in Connecticut

In Connecticut, it is required that a death be registered with the local or state vital records office within five days (or three days if using an electronic registry.)  The death certificate must be filed before the body is buried or cremated.  Typically, the funeral home, mortuary or cremation organization will prepare and file the death certificate. 

If you need to order copies of a death certificate after the time of death has passed, contact the vital records office in the town where the death occurred or visit the website of the Connecticut Department of Public Health.