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The executor is responsible for filing a tax return for the year of death, and the prior year if not already filed. The executor will need to collect the W-2 and 1099 forms that are normally mailed by the end of January. So if death occurs in January, the prior year's return normally would not ...

Answered: Searching cause of death of David R. Solomon, Butler, MD.

There are several items on the Internet, including an obituary page. Your note there said "untimely passing" was all you found. The archives.com site will let you see the death record if you become a member; you can get a free 7-day membership. The death record should have the cause of death ...

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"It is appointed for us to die, and very shortly afterwards, God's judgment." Live accordingly.

Answered: My friend stuart j reif died may 15, 1989 how can I find death notice

Since you know his date of death you should be able to find the newspaper obit in the city he died or the city he lived in. Ask at the public library.
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Death occurs before divorce is final. my daughter ...

Nothing. Cohabitation does not carry any weight before the law. Some judges will grant some relief on grounds of "pallimony" but there is no legally binding estate as you describe it.