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Death&Taxes (talk|edits) said:

18 March 2014
but also file returns, twice. Client's mother, long widowed, dies in May 2013; we efile a final 1040 and learn someone else has claimed her for a spouse and used her SSN.

Gazoo (talk|edits) said:

18 March 2014
I would not necessarily put this down to crime, but more probably to the actions of an unemployed and overwrought college student in his cups, so to speak, over Poe or Faulkner. A literary excess of some kind. A reader's reaction.

Ckenefick (talk|edits) said:

18 March 2014
The real question here, as I see it, is this: Can you marry a deceased person...a "post-humous" marriage, if you will?

Gazoo (talk|edits) said:

18 March 2014
We are married to the dead from birth, in the sense that all the artifacts of civilization, which we take for a given, are products of the efforts of the dead. In this sense, we can never be free of them, or only by the greatest effort can we ever be free of them.

Ckenefick (talk|edits) said:

18 March 2014
That is too "high level" for my simple little mind, that was just wandering...and wondering, about this:

Can you marry a deceased person...a "post-humous" marriage, if you will?

Southparkcpa (talk|edits) said:

18 March 2014
I had a client who passed away in December (years ago)... his credit card was being used into April of the following year.

Terrific ethical children he had.

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