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Thank you. The address to include for your father would be his customary address prior to his passing. If for example he had lived at home but moved to a hospital or hospice shortly before his death, this would be his home address and you would write the place he passed in the "pace of death" box.
However where, as in this case, your father was customarily resident at a different address - the care home - on a permamnent basis, then you would write c/o [the care home] address as his address.
If he owned his own home, you would obviously still need to include this in his inventory of assets in the usual way.
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