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,...
Legal Affairs
Legal Affairs: Wrongful Death Suits, Understanding Probate, Executing a Will, Living...
Memorials
Memorials: Organ Donations, Donating Your Body to Medical Science, Organising a...
Special Circumstances
Special Circumstances: Coping with Death Through Accidents, Coping with...
Types of Funeral
Types of Funeral: Buddhist Funeral Rites, Non Religious Alternatives to Funerals, DIY...
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    Re: Organising a Memorial Service
    Hi I've spoken to my husband and I would like to leave my body to medical research, I've read it's not always excepted does that…
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    Re: What if There is No Will?
    I bought a house in 1995 as joint tentants with my ex partner he left in 1998 our 3 children are grown up now but still live at the…
    26 May 2016
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    Re: What if There is No Will?
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    Re: What if There is No Will?
    confused - Your Question:My husband died unexpectedly recently although he was Scottish he had lived in England for 35 years and for…
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    Re: Inheriting Property
    Nic2528 - Your Question:Myself and my three sister have been left my mother's house and funds. My three sisters have been named administrators…
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    Re: Inheriting Property
    micgran - Your Question:My uncle is looking to sign his house over to me what is the process and how long does it take to go through.will it…
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    Re: What if There is No Will?
    Kylie - Your Question:Hello. My Nan sadly died 3 (nearly 4) years ago and my brother picked up her ashes as soon as they were…
    24 May 2016
  • Dorian
    Re: What if There is No Will?
    My mother recently died leaving no will. My older siblings have disposed of all of her belongings, cashed policies and shared…
    23 May 2016
  • confused
    Re: What if There is No Will?
    My husband died unexpectedly recently although he was Scottish he had lived in England for 35 years and for 23 of them with me. He…
    23 May 2016
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    Re: Inheriting Property
    Myself and my three sister have been left my mother's house and funds. My three sisters have been named administrators and are keeping me in…
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