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Zimmerman's Research Guide


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Date of Birth

Some ways to find a person's birthday:

  1. You may be able to find a person's birthday for free using AnyBirthday.com , BirthDatabase.com or ZabaSearch.com.

  2. Some people make their birth dates public on Facebook.
  3. You can often get a person's date of birth by searching a public records database such as KnowX, Accurint, TLO, Lexis or another system.
  4. Birth dates are sometimes included on docket sheets, especially for criminal cases (see "Docket Sheets"). Alternatively, you can try to get a copy of the person's birth certificate (see "Vital Records"), although this might not be public information.

For lawyers, a data of birth is sometimes published in Martindale-Hubbell and/or the FindLaw Lawyer Directory. Also check Bar registration records. The date a lawyer graduated college or law school can give you an idea of the year they were born. News articles might give you the lawyer's age at the time the article was published.


See Also
Driving Records
Finding People
Martindale-Hubbell
Vital Records

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Copyright 2014 Andrew Zimmerman