Helping You Deal With Bereavement...
Dealing with the death of a loved one is never easy, but it can be even harder when it feels impossible to talk about the emotional or practical issues that accompany such a loss. Working through grief, arranging final affairs and honouring the memories of loved ones are all easier when the bereaved feel informed and supported. Here we offer expert guidance and advice on how to get through it and look to the future.
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Ask Our Experts: Can We Stop Junk Mail and Calls to Deceased Person?, Can I Arrange an...
Burial Procedures
Burial Procedures: Woodland Burials, Burial at Sea, Purchasing a Burial Plot, Organising...
Children
Children: Talking to Children About Terminal Illness, Children and Memorial...
Emotional Issues
Emotional Issues: Talking to Children About Death, Bereavement Support, How Grief...
Financial Issues
Financial Issues: Assistance With Funeral Costs, Dealing With Inheritance Tax,...
Formalities
Formalities: When a Post-Mortem is Needed, Announcing a Death, Registering a...
Funeral Arrangements
Funeral Arrangements: Funeral Flower Options, Headstones and Monuments,...
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Legal Affairs: Wrongful Death Suits, Understanding Probate, Executing a Will, Living...
Memorials
Memorials: Organ Donations, Donating Your Body to Medical Science, Organising a...
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Special Circumstances: Coping with Death Through Accidents, Coping with...
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Types of Funeral: Buddhist Funeral Rites, Non Religious Alternatives to Funerals, DIY...
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  • FacingBereavement
    Re: Questionnaire: Do You Need Bereavement Counselling?
    Bert's Mum - Your Question:My cousin with whom Id grown up like brother and sister committed suicide…
    16 January 2018
  • Willy
    Re: Woodland Burials
    I would like to know if there are any woodland burial sites in the South Devon area and wgat would be the approx. cost of a site. Thank you
    15 January 2018
  • Taraweeh
    Re: What if There is No Will?
    Father passed away two years ago leaving no will. My mother passed away three months ago not having signed a will. My brother took out…
    15 January 2018
  • Halstar
    Re: What if There is No Will?
    My father died 16months ago. He and my mother divorced 30yrs ago and he remarried and had 2 children. My brother and I were his first…
    15 January 2018
  • Bert's Mum
    Re: Questionnaire: Do You Need Bereavement Counselling?
    My cousin with whom Id grown up like brother and sister committed suicide 18 years ago when we were…
    13 January 2018
  • Mack
    Re: The Rights to Obtain a Headstone?
    My father in law died in December he was buried with my Mother in law,Sister in law and my wife is to be placed in the said…
    12 January 2018
  • FacingBereavement
    Re: Debts After Death
    Tarn - Your Question:Hello, my grandma passed away in 2012. My dad took on her estate and dealt with some bills however there has been a debt…
    12 January 2018
  • Tarn
    Re: Debts After Death
    Hello, my grandma passed away in 2012. My dad took on her estate and dealt with some bills however there has been a debt bought of my grandmas…
    10 January 2018
  • FacingBereavement
    Re: What if There is No Will?
    Jes - Your Question:My dad passed away with no will. I have conflicting views with my dads other daughter (my half sister) who is…
    10 January 2018
  • FacingBereavement
    Re: Inheriting Property
    Linds - Your Question:My mother has a house as tenants in common with her husband. She has put in her will she wants to leave her share of the…
    10 January 2018
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