August 5th, 2015
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Reporting Deaths To Credit Agencies

Reporting Deaths To Credit Agencies Following the death of a loved one, there are many tasks to be considered. Some require immediate attention, like contacting an attorney to assist with the opening of the estate and the appointment of the personal representative. Others are not quite as urgent but are equally important. In the age of fraud and identity theft, one task is becoming increasingly urgent—protecting the personal information of that loved one. When putting together a meaningful summary of a loved one’s life in the form of an obituary, we often feel compelled to provide as much detail as possible. Typically ...

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How to Contact the BMV When You Believe Your Loved One Should no Longer Drive

How to Contact the BMV When You Believe Your Loved One Should no Longer Drive How do you know when your dad should no longer drive? The answer is obvious: when you will no longer ride with him. The sad fact is in rural Indiana losing your driver’s license is equated with the loss of your independence. We do not want mom or dad to lose their independence, but we also do not want them to hurt themselves or others in an accident. Indiana law permits you to contact the Bureau of Motor Vehicles confidentially to have mom or dad’s ability to drive reviewed. You can fill out the form called “Request for Driving Ability Revie ...

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