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What To Do When Someone Dies Social Security

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Report Death with Doucet Co.

If you are wondering what to do when someone dies and they were receiving Social Security benefits, it is important to notify the Social Security Administration as soon as possible. The process for reporting a death and stopping payments can be complex, but our team at Doucet Co., LPA can help guide you through it.

When you report the death, you will need to provide the deceased person's Social Security number, the date of death, and your relationship to the deceased. You may also be asked to provide the deceased person's death certificate and other supporting documents.

In some cases, surviving family members may be eligible for Social Security benefits based on the deceased person's work record. Our attorneys can help you understand your options and determine if you are eligible for benefits.

Don't let the stress of this process add to your burden during this difficult time. Contact Doucet Co., LPA at (888) 200-9824 to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys. We are here to help.

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