Even during the tragedy of losing a baby, the New York legal system requires you to take action. In New York, you are required to obtain a certificate of miscarriage or still birth.
To correct a certificate of miscarriage or still birth, you must submit a birth certificate correction form.
Not everyone can correct a certificate of miscarriage or still birth. You must be either:
To obtain help and to determine whether you have standing to correct a certificate of miscarriage or still birth, you should consult an experienced family law lawyer. He can help you lessen your legal requirements and worries during this tragic time.
Last Modified: 04-16-2014 04:08 PM PDTLaw Library Disclaimer
We've helped more than 4 million clients find the right lawyer – for free. Present your case online in minutes. LegalMatch matches you to pre-screened lawyers in your city or county based on the specifics of your case. Within 24 hours experienced local lawyers review it and evaluate if you have a solid case. If so, attorneys respond with an offer to represent you that includes a full attorney profile with details on their fee structure, background, and ratings by other LegalMatch users so you can decide if they're the right lawyer for you.