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  • How do I Sign Documents When I am Physically Unable?

    As long as you are mentally competent to understand what you are signing, the fact that you cannot actually sign does not need to keep you from executing the document. Just follow the procedures we explain in this publication. Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project - CLEAR Intake Line
  • Native American and Alaska Native Property Owners: Exemptions from Estate Recovery

    This is about property owned by Native Americans and Alaska Natives. You can find information about exemptions for other types of property in our brochure called, "Estate Recovery for Medical Services paid for by the State." That brochure also explains which DSHS medical programs require estate recovery. #9208EN Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project - CLEAR Intake Line
  • Social Security Survivor Benefits

    When a worker dies, the surviving spouse may be entitled to benefits based on the worker’s earnings record, if you also meet age or other requirements. Publication #7204EN. Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
  • What Happens to My Kids if I am Sick or Die?

    If you are a single parent, you may worry who will care for your kids if something happens to you. This explains your options. You should also talk to a lawyer. #3115EN Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project - CLEAR Intake Line
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After a Death Occurs (1)+

  • When a Tenant Who Lives Alone Dies

    Read this if you rent your house, manufactured home, or apartment (dwelling unit) from a landlord and are the sole occupant of the dwelling unit OR someone has designated you to take care of their things in their rental unit after they die. Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project - CLEAR Intake Line

Planning for Death (2)+

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