Download the complete PDF here: How to Manage Your Loved One’s Finance’s After They’re Gone When you lose someone you love, it’s very common to become overwhelmed with feelings of grief, sadness, anger, regret and a host of other emotions. With all of these emotions swirling around in your life, one of the most difficult things…
In this final part of our three-part series on resolving a loved one’s finances post-death, we’ll explore how to close and transfer accounts and deal with the final financial odds and ends.
Offices and agencies to contact as you resolve your loved one’s financial matters. Part two of our three-part financial series
What do you when a loved one passes away? The answers may not be clear or easy so we put together a three-part financial series to help you navigate the financial waters after a loved one’s death.
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Grandparents Raising Grandchildren: A Guide to Healing, Coping, and Becoming A Family Again After An Unexpected Parental DeathSeptember 7th, 2013
Grandparents raising grandchildren is nothing new, but it is becoming more commonplace. For grandparents raising their grandchildren after the death of their parent or parents, it can prove especially overwhelming.
We put together some tips to address the unique needs a young widow or widower may encounter when it comes to family matters.
When planning for their future and for your family’s future, it’s not uncommon for people to ensure that they have taken certain measures to make sure that their children or spouse are taken care of in the event of their death. Most of these aspects are handled through a last will and testament and cover…
Death is a touchy subject. Not many people are comfortable talking about it and when a death in the family occurs, it’s hard enough to call up family members and give them the terrible news. Add social media into the mix and now you’ve got a new level of discomfort because you cannot control the information that others post on their own accounts. So how do you let friends and acquaintances know about a death on Facebook or any social media? In fact, should you even announce a death using social media as an outlet?
One of the foundations of communication in our digital age is email, so it’s important to close your loved one’s account after they pass away so they aren’t still receiving email post mortem. The three most popular email services are Hotmail, Gmail and Yahoo, so we’ll cover how to close those accounts. Work accounts will likely be taken care of by your loved one’s former employer.
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