DA form 3891-1
If the spouse can prove that a death certificate is needed to prove that the ex-spouse is deceased in order to clear up legal issues. Such as support (alimony), property, etc.
I am 67 and drawing ss when my spouse reaches retirerment age and has not worked what percent of my ss can they draw
In New Jersey a car is the property of the person listed on the Certificate of Title. If the car is in the surviving spouse's name then it is not in the deceased spouse's estate. If the car was in the name of the deceased spouse, then it is in the decedent's estate, even if they both considered it to be the surviving spouse's car and was used solely by that spouse. The sole determining factor is whose name is on the Certificate of Title.
If your name is on the account you have to pay. If not, you need to send a copy of the Death Certificate.
No, the spouse does not. However, the executor of the estate, which could be the spouse, does have the right. They will have to show a Letter of Authority from the court and account for the monies as part of the estate.
For a spouse you would need a copy of your marriage certificate.
That is the correct spelling of "wife" (female spouse).
wife, female spouse