Cremation Services in Kansas

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Helpful information about cremation in Kansas

In Kansas, a death certificate must be filed with the state registrar within three days of death, and before final disposition of the body. (Kansas Statutes § 65-2412.)  It is usually the mortuary, cremation organization, or other person in charge of the deceased person’s remains that prepares and files the death certificate.