According to the USPS, in order to receive mail on behalf of a deceased person, legal authorization (such as an Executor) must be provided in person or by mail, along with a COA form to the local Post Office of the deceased. You'll need to contact the old post office to complete the change of address order.
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- How will I know that Updater received my mail forwarding request?
- Where can I find my USPS confirmation number?
- What happens if I’m not getting my mail?
- What date should I select as my start date?
- How far in advance can I submit a mail forwarding request through Updater?
- How do I know which type of form to fill out?
- Can I submit a change of address form for a temporary location?
- Am I able to file a change of address form with a hyphenated last name?
- Can I submit a change of an address form for a deceased person?
- I am moving to/from an international address. Can I still file a change of address form through Updater?