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August 19, 2019Obitia
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After a loved one has passed, there are a number of things that will need to be done in order to wind down their affairs.
An important, and a relatively easy step that can help prevent fraud and identity theft, is canceling their driver’s license.
Steps on how to do so vary from state to state. Call the Department of Motor Vehicles in the state your loved one lived, or visit their website to find out the state’s specific requirements for canceling a driver’s license of a deceased person.
Once it is confirmed that the license has been canceled, you should also destroy all physical copies of the license.
For more information on how to wind down your loved one’s estate, please view our Funeral Planning Checklist.
Click on the state below to be taken directly to their Department of Motor Vehicles website.

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Tennessee
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Washington
Washington D.C.
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