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What Is a Supplement? Definition, Uses and Importance.

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When a person dies without leaving behind any property or assets, their family and friends must file an inventory of all the deceased’s possessions in order for those items to be distributed according to law. These inventories are known as “probate proceedings.”

Supplemental claims are used to present fresh evidence or to identify previously unidentified information that should be considered in light of the facts and circumstances of your case. The new evidence will be evaluated by a reviewer to see if the decision is changed.

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