When someone dies, not only is it a sad and difficult time, but there are lots of things that need to be done. We are here to guide and support you through the various tasks you will have to undertake in the coming days and weeks after a bereavement.
It is never easy to lose someone who is close to us. However, in the days and weeks after someone close has died, there are many things that will need to be considered and arranged. We understand that navigating through these practical arrangements can be stressful. We are here to guide you through, and help make this difficult time that little bit easier.
What to do after someone close dies
When someone close to us dies, you and other close friends or relatives may be responsible for making practical arrangements for that person now that they are no longer with us. These will include things like:
Registering the death and acquiring the death certificate
Arranging a funeral or suitable alternative, if desired
Closing any accounts belonging to the person who has died
We have produced a helpful, comprehensive booklet that contains all of the guidance you will need in the days and weeks after someone close has died. If you require this information in another format, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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