Here you can find information about registering a death and links to forms for inheritance.
When a registered owner of an estate has passed away, the property should be transferred to the heirs.
Parental benefit is intended to ensure parents an income in connection with the birth or adoption of a child. If you are expecting a child and have not had an income in the past year, you can receive a lump-sum instead of the parental benefit.
Use the guide to decide whether you should apply for parental benefit or a lump-sum grant. You can only apply for one of them.
You can receive cash-for-care benefits for children between the ages of one and two years of age or for adopted children who have not started school. If your child attends a government subsidised day care centre full-time, you will not receive cash-for-care benefits. If your child attends a government subsidised day-care centre part-time, you can receive partial support.
Here you can see the process for registering your child in the National Population Register and how you can give him or her a name.
You may be entitled to child benefit if you have a child under the age of 18 in your care, who is living with you in Norway. Single parents are also entitled to extended child benefit and infant supplement. You do not usually need to apply for child benefit. If the child is born in Norway, the mother will automatically receive child benefit around 2 months after the child is born.
A confirmation of parental responsibility shows the parental responsibility that's registered for a child. You may need a confirmation for application processes, for example a bank or insurance company.
If you are at risk of dropping out of working life or want to get a job, NAV can consider several measures and instruments. (In Norwegian only)
On reaching 18 years of age, adopted children are entitled to be supplied with information about their biological parents. This information will be supplied by the County Governor for the county where the adoption was originally approved, provided that approval was granted before 1 January 1999. Information about adoptions approved after this date is supplied by the Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs (Bufdir).