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Moving and Need to Change Your Address? Use This Address Change Checklist!

by Josh Tyson on

It is often said that the stress levels surrounding relocation hit higher than those for a serious illness, a divorce, or the death of a hamster. Well, we’ve said it, anyway. Part of that sublime unrest comes from having to change your address with every state agency, utility company, bank, and old buddy you’ve ever […]

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Change of Address on Vehicle Registration and Titles by Melissa Crumish on

The whirl of disorganization follows every jump to a new address. Top priorities on your Things to Do list easily get sidetracked. Instead of notifying the utility company you spend hours deciding on where best to hang the framed motivational quote poster. Next thing you know you’re sitting in the dark eating Pop-Tarts for dinner. […]

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Learn How to Change Your Address on Your Drivers License by Melissa Crumish on

Moving to a new address puts your organizational skills to test. There are many things to consider: notifying utility companies, opening bank accounts, deciding which neighbor is most likely to call the police when your music is too loud after 10 p.m… Once you’ve got the really important stuff out of the way and begin […]

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How to Notify the DMV of Your Address Change by Alicia Sparks on

Packing, labeling boxes, finding a group of friends willing to give up a Saturday – moving presents enough hassles, doesn’t it? Well, the DMV certainly doesn’t want to be left out of the party, so in addition to everything else you have to remember during relocation, you also must remember to complete an address change […]

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Change of Address for Voter Registration by Nadia Ibanez on

One of the most important parts of moving is changing your address with the state and any other entities that require personal information. Change Your Address With the DMV If you are a registered voter, an address change is required to keep your voting status in good standing. The state and county elections office will […]

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