Post Funeral Advice

//Post Funeral Advice
Post Funeral Advice 2018-07-09T20:20:31+00:00

Post Funeral advice

Life goes on, and you’ll find yourself, at times, feeling out-of-sync with what’s going on around you. Even though you are experiencing strong emotions, you still have to cope with daily life, and also be responsible for taking care of many details of your loved one’s life and estate.

Grief counselling can help you gain a sense of peace & security, & can free you to move forward in your everyday life.

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While it may be difficult to write sympathy thank you notes while you are grieving, it is important to acknowledge acts of kindness and support.

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It is important to know who to call when someone dies. Download our checklist for people & organisations you may need to contact.

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The Internet has many options for memorializing loved ones, where you can create a place for family & friends to honour those who have died.

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The Australian government has numerous services relating to personal and financial assistance to assist you following a bereavement.

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Settling a deceased estate involves paying a person’s debts and then distributing their remaining assets according to their wishes.

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An independent valuation of a property ensures that the ‘fair market value’ is established as at the ‘date of death’.

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Appointing specialists such as Seniors Relocation Services to handle the entire exercise can alleviate much of the stress.

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Be informed of your options regarding memorialisation, & consider choosing a design and material that is a reflection of your loved one.

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Deciding between storing or scattering your loved one’s ashes is an important decision and there are many factors to consider.

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Check your agreement with the cemetery regarding ongoing grave maintenance regulations and the options available to you.

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