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NOTIFING TO STOP PAYMENTS DUE TO DEATH

My mother has now been gone for 2 months, yet still is recieving checks made by direct deposit. I have contacted the funeral home and they said they did notify the correct parties and the 1st check (dec.) was due to the checks coming one month behind. I just noticed that this month (Jan.) another check was direct deposited into my fathers account. What do I need to do to have them stopped. Thank you


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