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You can print this checklist to help you remember who to contact after someone dies.
Notes - Write any other details you need to record here
Banks, Credit Unions
Contact any bank or credit union the deceased held an account with.
If the deceased received Centrelinkpayments.
Child Support Services
If the deceased paid or received child support.
Department of Veterans' Affairs
If the deceased received a pension or benefit from Veterans'Affairs.
If the deceased was employed at the time oftheir death.
Centrelink International Services
If the deceased received a pension from another country.
Funeral Insurance/Funeral Bond
If the deceased had funeral insurance or a funeral bond.
Landlord or Real Estate Agent
If the deceased was a tenant, inform the landlord or the real estate agent that manages the property.
If the deceased was a landlord, contact the real estate agent who managed the property and collected the rent.
If the deceased owned land or property.
NSW Trustee & Guardian
If the deceased was subject to a Financial management Order.
Transport for NSW
If the deceased had a driver's licence or any vehicles registered in their name.
Utilities (electricity, gas andtelephone providers)
To cancel or transfer services to the person still living in the deceased person's home.
Notify online using the Australian Death Notification Service (ADNS).
If the service is not listed in the listed in the ADNS, contact the relevant service provider to cancel or transfer services to the person still living in the deceased person's home.
Contact Australia Post to redirect mail.