Birth & Death Records Who can request a certified copy of a birth certificate or a death certificate? For births within the past 75 years and deaths within the past 25 years, only the immediate family members to the person whose name is on the birth certificate or death certificate are eligible to request a copy. All those with any other relationship to this person must provide proper identification and also legal documentation, such as a court order establishing guardianship.
If you are the legal representative of a qualified applicant, send us a release which documents a direct and tangible interest in the record you are requesting. Who is considered an immediate family member? Any of the following relationships by blood or marriage are considered to be immediate family members: self, child, parent, brother, sister, and spouse. How do I get a copy of the record if I am not an immediate family member? You may present a written, notarized statement signed by an immediate family member along with a copy of a photo ID of that family member.
The statement must give permission to release a certified copy of the certificate to you. You (the applicant) will be required to complete an application form and present your photo ID along with the notarized statement. How can I order vital records from other states? If you would like to request vital records from other states, visit the National Center for Health Statistics website for more information.
Acceptable Forms of Identification: A photocopy of the applicant's valid government-issued photo ID. The following are acceptable forms of ID: Driver's License Federal or State Identification card Federal, State or City law enforcement employment identification card, or employee badge accompanied by employment identification card Offender Identification Card issued by the Department of Criminal Justice correctional facility or institution Military Identification Card For more information on what forms of Identification you can present to us please take a look at Texas Administrative Code: Rule §181.
28(i) (10)-Primary Identification ORDER CERTIFIED COPIES OF BIRTH AND DEATH CERTIFICATES BY MAIL COMPLETED NOTARIZED APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFIED COPY- [Go to Documents ] REQUIRED FEE- (see application) COPY OF APPLICANTS DRIVERS LICENSE MAIL PAYMENT (CHECK OR MONEY ORDER) AND ALL COMPLETED NOTARIZED FORMS TO OUR ADDRESS BELOW: Hays County Clerk 712 S.
Stagecoach Trail Ste. 2008 San Marcos, TX 78666 Texas Health and Safety Code § 191.0031 as of September 1, 2015 Certifed copies for Birth or Death Certificates by mail: The state registrar or a local registrar may not issue a cerfied copy of a record under this chapter to a person who has applied for the record by mail unless the person has provided notarized proof of identification in accordance with rules adopted by the Executive Commissioner of the Health and Human Services Commission.
The rules may require the issuer of the certified copy to verify the notarization using the records of the Secretary of State under Section 406.012, Goverment Code. * ONLY A "QUALIFIED APPLICANT "CAN RECEIVE A CERTIFIED COPY * IT IS A THIRD DEGREE FELONY TO FALSELY OBTAIN, USE, OR ALTER ANOTHER PERSON'S CERTIFICATE OF BIRTH OR DEATH To start a business in the State of Texas, one needs to get an ASSUMED NAME CERTIFICATE.
Commonly known as "doing business as / dba", most banks require an Assumed Name Certificate to open a business bank account. It is necessary to obtain an Assumed Name Certificate in every county where business will be conducted. The filing fee for an assumed name in Hays County is $26.00 for one owner. If there is more than one owner, add 50¢ (50 cents) for each additional name listed. An Assumed Name Certificate is good for ten (10) years from the date of filing unless a shorter period of time is specified on the certificate.
The Clerk has no duty to notify a party of the expiration of a certificate, therefore, it is the owners responsibility to make sure a new certificate is filed timely. If the business closes it is necessary to file an ABANDONMENT OF ASSUMED NAME. A WITHDRAWAL FROM AN ASSUMED NAME is filed if one or more partners in the business wishes to withdraw. The same fees apply as filing an assumed name certificate.
Mailing an Assumed Name into our office: Your original completed and notarized form(s) will need to be mailed into the County Clerk's office with a check or money order: Hays County Clerk712 S. Stagecoach Trail Ste. 2008San Marcos, TX 78666 Forms can be downloaded from the "Documents" page Meeting Notices Please submit meeting notices before 3:30pm by email or fax so they can be posted in a timely manner.
If you submit after that time we will post the notice the next business day. The fee for posting the posting meeting notices is $3.00 per each one. Fax us at 512-393-7735 or email us at. email@example.com. Brands/Marks - Agriculture Code Each person who owns cattle, hogs, sheep, or goats shall record that person's earmarks, brands, tattoos, and electronic devices with the County Clerk of the county in which the animals are located.
[Agriculture Code 144.041] Marks and Brands must be re-recorded every ten years after August 30, 1981. Application/Registration Form is available on "Documents" page The following are the procedures for obtaining a Marriage License in Hays County: Both Applicants should appear at the Government Center, 712 S. Stagecoach Trail, Ste. 2008 in San Marcos, Texas. Office hours are 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.
M., however, it takes approximately 10-15 minutes to prepare the paperwork, therefore, we ask that you come in no later than 4:00 P.M. We do have three Substations: Kyle Substation located in the Kyle Precinct 2 Building (inside the Commissioners office) 5458 FM 2770 Kyle, Texas 78640. Dripping Springs Substation located at 195 Roger Hanks Parkway Dripping Springs, TX 78620. Wimberley Substation is located at 200 Stillwater, Ste.
101 Wimberley, Texas 78676 Substation office's close for lunch from 12-1 daily. Substations accepts only debit/credit cards for payment. Each Applicant will need proper government issued identification such as a Driver License, Certified Copy of Birth Certificate (not a hospital record), or a Valid Passport. For more information on proper identification please see Texas Family Code: 2.005 If you have any questions Identification requirements please call our office.
The Fee for the License is $82.00 "Cash or Credit Card only". The Marriage License is good for 90 days from the date it is issued and there is a 72 hour waiting period from date of issuance. If you present a "Premarital Education Course Certificate" - only through the TWOGETHER IN TEXAS PROGRAM approved by the State - the fee will be $22.00 and the 72 hour waiting period is waived. You must present a copy of the Twogether in Texas Certificate at the time of purchase so the Clerk can waive down the fee to $22.
00. All fees are waived if you are a member of the National Guard on federal active duty, or a member of the armed forces of the United States on active duty, who is preparing to be deployed to serve in a hostile fire zone. You will need to provide documentation of your deployment. Absent Applicants: If one of the Applicants is unable to appear at the Clerks office, you may submit an "Affidavit of Absent Applicant" for that person when purchasing the Marraige License.
The "Affidavit of Absent Applicant" needs to be signed and notarzied by the Absent Applicant before purchasing a Marriage License. The person who is the Absent Applicant needs to appear at the Ceremony. Proxy Marriage: The only persons who can appoint a person to act as a proxy for the purpose of participating in the ceremony are members of the armed forces of the United States stationed in another country in support of combat or another military operation and they are unable to attend the ceremony.
House Bill 869 effective 9-1-2013 If an Applicant is divorced, there is a 30 day waiting period after the divorce decree before they can marry another person. If this waiting period is waived in your divorce decree you will need to produce a copy of the decree. If Applicants are remarrying each other, there is no waiting period. If you have any questions, please call 512-393-7738 For information regarding FREE Marriage & Relationship Workshops issuing the State Approved "Premarital Education Course Certificate" visit the TWOGETHER IN TEXAS WEBSITES at:See Also: Boone Nc Animal Shelter
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RANDALL D. HOBROCK, DVM Dr. Hobrock grew up on a small family farming and ranching operation near Natoma, Kansas. In 1994 he began his undergraduate study in Animal Science at Kansas State University. In 1998 Dr. Hobrock was accepted into the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University. The curiculum there prepared him well for a career as a mixed-animal practitioner.Throughout the curriculum at KSU CVM, a great deal of time was spent studying Cow/Calf and Feedlot Production Medicine at the Great Plains Veterinary Education Center and Meat Animal Research Center near Clay Center, Nebraska.
In order to further pursue a passion in Equine Medicine and Surgery, Dr. Hobrock completed an externship Janssen Veterinary Clinic, a primarily Equine practice in Sheridan, Indiana. Much of the time there focused on reproduction and lameness cases.After graduating in 2002 from KSU CVM, Dr. Hobrock found employment as an Associate Veterinarian at a highly-regarded mixed animal practice just north of Topeka, Kansas.
There he saw a wide variety of Small Animal Orthopedic and Soft Tissue surgeries as well as many Internal Medicine cases. The area provided an abundant amount of Equine Reproductive, Lameness and Dentistry cases through which he has become very proficient with Ultrasound and X-ray diagnostics. The practice workload also included Bovine Herd Health, Reproduction and Backgrounder/Feedlot Medicine.In October 2006, after almost a year of searching for a community that they wanted to raise a family in, Dr.
Hobrock and his wife Shaela made the decision to move to Concordia, Kansas. It is in Concordia where he has constructed his full service Veterinary Hospital.Dr. Hobrock is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Kansas Veterinary Medical Association, Academy of Veterinary Consultants, American Association Equine Practitioners, and the Society for Theriogenology.Dr. Hobrock enjoys spending time with his wife Shaela and two young boys, Tyler & Cole.
Dr. Hobrock also enjoys spending his spare time hunting, fishing and visiting his family back at the ranch. HOLLY C. LENZ, DVM Dr. Lenz grew up on a small family farm in north central Iowa. Her family has raised a variety of animals including pigs, cattle, and horses. Holly has always had a love for horses and spent most of her childhood competing with them. Her main passion is team roping and training horses.
Dr. Lenz graduated from Iowa State University in 2010 with an undergraduate degree in Animal Science. In 2014, she graduated from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine with a desire to find a position at a mixed animal clinic in a rural community. Throughout school, she focused on large animal and equine medicine. Holly and her husband, Stephen, got married at the end of May and have recently bought a house here in Concordia.
They spend their free time riding horses, hunting, and spending time with their dog, Riley. BRAD D. ROBÉRT, DVM, MS Dr. Robért grew up in Hiawatha, KS where his interest in veterinary medicine began. He attended college at Kansas State University where he received his undergraduate degree in Animal Science in 2007 and a Masters degree in Veterinary Biomedical Science in 2010. He spent the years prior to vet school working for a contract research company specializing in cattle pharmaceutical research based in Missouri where he met his wife Mallory.
They then moved back to Manhattan for Brad to attend veterinary school. He graduated from Kansas State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. His interests include companion animal and cow/calf production medicine. Brad, Mallory, and their daughter Finnley enjoy being outdoors and taking their dogs, Jake and Toots, to the park. They have recently purchased a home in Concordia and spend their free time making home improvements.
SHAELA HOBROCK, OFFICE MANAGER Shaela Hobrock was born and raised in Topeka, Kansas where she grew up with a love of horses. Throughout her youth, Shaela and her family spent a lot time together going to horse shows. Shaela began showing in Western Pleasure and then grew to love Hunter/Jumper events. Shaela is a 1994 graduate of Washburn Rural High School. She then attended Kansas State University majoring in Pre-Health Information Management.
She completed her Health Information Management degree at the University of Kansas Medical School in Kansas City and received her RHIA credentials.Shaela worked as the Medical Records Manager for a group of Orthopedic Surgeons in Manhattan, Kansas before finding employment at the Kansas Foundation for Medical Care in Topeka, KS. While there, Shaela obtained her Certified Coding Specialist certificate.
After moving to Concordia, Shaela is now the Office Manager at Tallgrass Veterinary Hospital. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and reading. HATTIE CLARK , VETERINARY ASSISTANT Hattie Clark joined our team at Tallgrass Veterinary Hospital in April 2010. Hattie graduated from Blue Valley-Randolph High School in 2006 and moved to Concordia shortly after. She decided to pursue an online Bachelor's degree through Fort Hays State University but decided to take a break when her son, Brantley was born.
Hattie enjoys spending time with her son, Brantley, being outside, and socializing with family and friends. HEATH RAMSEY, VETERINARY ASSISTANT Heath grew up on a small family farm north of Concordia. His passion for farming and animals continued through high school as he participated in FFA and assisted several area farmers. Heath attended Concordia High School where he met his wife Madison. Heath graduated from CHS in 2009 and graduated from Cloud County Community College with an Associate's degree in Ag Science in 2011.
Heath became a partner with his dad on their family farm in 2012, and they continue to expand their operation. Heath and Madison were married in November of 2014 and welcomed their first son, Waylon, in December of 2015. Heath enjoys farming, hunting, fishing, and spending time with Madison, Waylon, and their dog, Jae. JENNIFER SJOGREN, VETERINARY ASSISTANT Jennifer was born and raised in Belleville, KS, where she graduated high school in 2009.
She then attended Hutchinson Community College where she completed her Associate's degree in Animal Science. The next two years Jennifer spent at Kansas State University, where she completed her Bachelor's degree in Animal Science/ Pre-vet in 2013. Jennifer currently lives outside of Concordia with her husband and his daughter. She enjoys helping out on the farm, spending time with family and friends, being outside, and spoiling her dog, Diesel, and her cat, Magic.
JENNA SORELL, RECEPTIONIST Jenna Sorell joined our team at Tallgrass Veterinary Hospital in August 2012. She was born and raised in Manhattan, KS where she lived for 23 years. Jenna graduated from Manhattan High School in 2005 and decided to further her education by enrolling in the nursing program at Manhattan Area Technical College. Jenna graduated from college in 2010 as an LPN. She met her husband Riley while at school in Manhattan and they got married in November, 2011.
Jenna, her husband and their children Cope and Kendall, now live in St. Joseph, KS. In her spare time she loves helping on the family farm, being outside, and spending time with her family and dog Sid. ANNA ALQUIST, PROFESSIONAL GROOMER Anna is the newest member of our Tallgrass team as of November, 2015. She was born in Nuremburg, Germany. Her father was in the army, so she spent a lot of her childhood moving around.
She met her husband, Mike, in 1984. They were married in October, 1985. They have two kids, Jessica and Jason, two granddaughters, and a grandson on the way. They settled on an acreage outside of Concordia. She worked as a groomer for a veterinarian for 8 years before opening her own business. She owned a grooming business in Concordia for 8 years before coming to Tallgrass. Anna enjoys spending her free time camping and traveling with her husband.
MICHELLE COTTENMYRE, PROFESSIONAL GROOMER Michelle was born and raised in Belleville, KS. She graduated from Republic County High School in 2012. After high school, she pursued an Associates of Applied Science degree from Colby Community College. She graduated with an AAS in Veterinary Technology in 2014. She has previous experience working as a veterinary technician. Michelle grew up around the farm life, where she developed a love of animals.
She has 3 dogs and a cat and enjoys spending time playing with and spoiling them. In her spare time, Michelle enjoys coaching and playing softball and basketball, going to the lake, and socializing with family and friends.