IDENTIFYING A CORRECTLY COMPLETED FORM 1310 FOR OTHER CLAIMANTShown is a completed Form 1310. Shown are parts 1, 2, and 3 of a completed Form 1310, Statement of Person claiming refund Due a Deceased Taxpayer.There is a text box present on the right side of the graphic that reads, Edit Form 1310 address to Form 1040 caption.The name of decedent is Laverne M. Warbler.The date of death is shown as August 30, 2021.The decedents social security number is 000-00-8921.The name of the person claiming the refund is Tim C. Brown.The social security number of the person claiming the refund is 000-00-6533. The home address of the person claiming the refund is shown as 1253 Viper Street.The city, state and ZIP code are shown as Riverside, California 92502.Part I instructs to check the box that applies to you.Box A reads Surviving spouse requesting reissuance of a refund check. This box is not checked.Box B reads Court-appointed or certified personal representative. This box is not checked.Box C reads Person, other than A or B, claiming refund for the decedents estate. Also, complete Part II. This box is checked.Part II instructs Complete this part only if you checked the box on line C above.Line 1 asks the question, Did the decedent leave a will? This line is marked Yes.Line 2a asks the question, Has a court appointed a personal representative for the estate of the decedent? This line is marked No.Line 2b asks the question, If you answered No to 2a, will one be appointed? This line is marked No.Note under line 2b reads, If you answered Yes to 2a or 2b, the personal representative must file for the refund.Line 3 reads, As the person claiming the refund for the decedents estate, will you pay out the refund according to the laws of the state where the decedent was a legal resident? This line is marked Yes.There are arrows drawing the tax examiner's attention to all entries present in Part II.Part III title reads, Signature and verification. All filers must complete this part.The jurat in Part III reads, I request a refund of taxes overpaid by or on behalf of the decedent. Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this claim, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete.Signature present reads Tim C. Brown and is dated February 10, 2021.Caption present under the graphic reads, A complete Form 1310 must include a mark in the No box on lines 2a and 2b, a mark in the Yes box on line 3, and a signature in Part III.