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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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Burial Procedures: Woodland Burials, Burial at Sea, Purchasing a Burial Plot, Organising...
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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,...
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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...
Latest Comments
  • Rims
    Re: How Grief Affects Your Relationships
    @Struggling2015. I am feeling so much of what you are going through. My husband lost his mother about a month ago. She…
    26 February 2015
  • FacingBereavement
    Re: Widowed Parents Allowance
    @Cassie. No - at 30 your child is no longer dependent on you. If they have special needs of some sort then there may be other…
    26 February 2015
  • Lukey2710
    Re: The Rights to Obtain a Headstone?
    Hi, I've just found my great gran parents grave, it is unmarked, so I just want to no what I can put on it. I can't get the…
    25 February 2015
  • lynn
    Re: The Rights to Obtain a Headstone?
    Hi, I was wondering if I could have my name removed from my parents headstone my Father is still a live but I have nothing…
    25 February 2015
  • cassie
    Re: Widowed Parents Allowance
    with regards to widowed parents allowance. If your child died at the age of 30 years would there be any entitlement to the above as…
    24 February 2015
  • FacingBereavement
    Re: The Rights to Obtain a Headstone?
    @Leanne. You will need to seek legal advice on this. It's not usual for a name to be added to a headstone if the body is not…
    23 February 2015
  • FacingBereavement
    Re: Assistance With Funeral Costs
    @helen. The next of kin is usually responsible for the funeral payments. If you are not his next of kin then there must be some…
    23 February 2015
  • FacingBereavement
    Re: The Rights to Obtain a Headstone?
    @Susie. The person who owns the deeds is the only one who can grant permission. Can they not come to some understanding…
    23 February 2015
  • FacingBereavement
    Re: How Grief Affects Your Relationships
    @struggling2015. Here are some support groups and charities that may help:Cruse bereavement charity
    20 February 2015
  • FacingBereavement
    Re: The Rights to Obtain a Headstone?
    @scotty. This would be very difficult to enforce/police unfortunately as flowers are portable and can easily be replaced.
    20 February 2015
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