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Contact movers and get bids.
Review your closets and drawers with a critical eye to weeding out. Think about donating or discarding unwanted items.
Make travel arrangements for a long-distance move. Put a plan in place for pets and obtain health certificates from your vet for air travel.
Order copies of medical records, school records and pet records.
Get recommendations for medical professionals in your new community.
Contact new schools for enrollment information.
Find out about license regulations for pets in your new community.
Pick up supplies and begin packing boxes.
Have rugs cleaned and rolled for moving.
Fill out “change of address” cards with your post office.
Arrange for banking in your new community.
Contact your insurance provider and make arrangements for changes to life, health, home and auto as necessary.
Get applications to transfer your car title registration and drivers license.
Make plans for discarding flammables, toxic chemicals and other items that the movers will not take.
Drain mowers and leaf blowers of gas and oil for the move.
Notify family and friends of your address change.
Have your utility services terminated or transferred as of the day of closing on your present residence. Don’t forget to cancel internet, cable or satellite service.
Have utility services set up at your new home.
Cancel subscriptions and home delivery services.
Have cash on hand to tip your movers.
Pack a box with jewelry and important documents that you will move yourself.
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