Liz, at the first hearing, I notified 13 people, but only 3 people came. Do I have to notify 13 people the second time,

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Customer: Liz, at the first hearing, I notified 13 people, but only 3 people came. Do I have to notify 13 people the second time, or just the three people who came to the hearing last time?
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Elizabeth, Expert

Welcome back, if all 13 are interested parties, they would need to be noticed still.

Customer
liz,why need Send copies of the death certificate to the three major credit reporting agencies:
Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion.
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Elizabeth, Expert

You don't have to, although you can. Usually the SSA updates them.

Customer
ok ,but i dont konw why need let them know
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Elizabeth, Expert

It's so that no one can open credit in his name now that he's passed.

Customer
ok
Customer
Give notice of death to Director of the Department of Health Care Services ---do i need do this ?
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Elizabeth, Expert

If he was on Medi-Cal.

Customer
no
Customer
Give notice of death to Franchise Tax Board
Customer
i didn't do this ,do i need do this
Customer
ok
Customer
Liz,would you open the doctument ,and help me check number 4,i don't understand
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Elizabeth, Expert

I apologize, which document.

Customer
the document you just told me RI-PRO38.Do I need to go to the court to get stamped before I send it out, or do I just fill it out and mail it out?
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Elizabeth, Expert

Filed and stamped, then served.

Customer
oh, I mailed the notice to them to attend the hearing, but didn't stamp it, just filled it out and sent it out.
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Elizabeth, Expert

Did you file the cert of service?

Customer
Hi
Customer
no
Customer
still in my hand
Customer
Did you file the cert of service
Customer
The first hearing only lasted five minutes, and no questions were asked.
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Elizabeth, Expert

What did they say?

Customer
Nothing was said because it was the court's fault that they got the date wrong. But this time I can only go next Monday to submit the receipt to the court.
Customer
To mail that death certificate, should I make a copy and mail it, or should I mail the original from the government
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Elizabeth, Expert

Copy, mailing originals gets them lost.

Customer
OK
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Notify post office to forward decedent’s mail to personal representative
Customer
Liz,is there form for this ?
Customer
i think i find how to do this
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Elizabeth, Expert

Mail forwarding can be done at the post office.

Customer
ok
Customer
ok ,thank you Liz
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Elizabeth, Expert

You're very welcome.

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