“When my mom passed away, I was left with a basement full of her old mail, financial and medical files. I was overwhelmed with the amount of paper I had to deal with. Throwing it away, burning it or simply recycling it was out of question due to my concerns over Identity Theft. The volume of old files was too much for my personal shredder and I am glad to find a commercial shredding service company such as Neighborhood Parcel for all my Estate Document Shredding service need.
Monic Webber Tyngsboro MA
Estate Document Shredding Service
When your beloved family member passes, taking care of their estate often corresponds with several stages of grief. It is never an easy job. Estates in Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire, typically have a lot of old documents and paperwork to be sorted and shredded. It can be difficult to determine what needs to be kept, what should be given to another family member, and what can be shredded.
List Estate Documents To Keep
We suggest that you keep these documents on file and never shred them until you consult with an attorney and your accountant, the list is not all-inclusive but a good guide:
- A Will.
- Birth, marriage, and divorce certificates.
- Birth certificates and/or adoption papers for minor children.
- Social Security information.
- Life insurance documents.
- Current insurance paperwork.
- Mortgages and deeds.
- Car titles.
- Paperwork and contact information for any agency from which the deceased may have been receiving benefits.
- Credit card statements.
- Tax returns from the previous two years.
- IRAs, 401(k) plans, mutual funds.
- The deceased’s most recent bank statements (including those for CDs and money-market accounts)
- Diplomas, education records, military service records.
Avoid Identify Theft After Death
Identity theft after death is real! It has become increasingly necessary to guard against thieves desperate to steal the identity of deceased persons. This is why we recommend that you plan your estate document shredding service ahead of time and don’t leave the identity of your loved ones at risk. Neighborhood Parcel has been shredding estate documents for over a decade and has rates that won’t bankrupt your bank account. For as low as 89¢ / Lbs, we can have all your old estate documents shredded and recycled!
Our staff will show up at your doorstep and collect all of your old Estate documents, secure them in our locked bins and haul them for same-day shredding service. An invoice will be finalized for you on the spot, payment can be made via Estate Check, Credit Card or Cash. You will then receive a certificate of destruction in the mail within a day or two. To get started, please call us at (978)636-0301 or Click here to make your reservations online.