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We know how overwhelming thinking about funerals can be, so we have curated a number of guides to help you every step of the way.

Things you might need to do…

Death is never easy, but with our help, you can be reassured you will be taken care of.  To make sure final wishes and funeral arrangements are carried out the way you want them to be, talk to our friendly, professional team.

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How to prepare for someone’s death
Talking to family and friends about your wishes can give you peace of mind that everything is ready.
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Planning a funeral
Where do you start when it comes to planning a funeral? The number of considerations can be overwhelming, but our guide helps you navigate this challenging time.
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Getting financial affairs in order before a death
Having financial affairs in order is an important part of preparing for a death, and ensures that the transition following a death is smooth and as distress-free as possible.
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Your Responsibilities as Next of Kin
Understanding the roles and responsibilities of next of kin can be difficult, so we've broken it down into an easy-to-digest guide to help you navigate the topic.
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Estate Planning
Estate planning is preparing a plan of action for transferring your assets to your beneficiaries.
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Wills and Probate
If you die without a Will, you die intestate. This means no-one is officially appointed to handle your affairs.
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Helpful Links
We understand how difficult it is when someone passes away, but there is lots of support available.

What to do when someone dies

It can feel like there’s a lot to do when someone dies, and it’s hard to know where to start. We can be here to support and advise you 24 hours a day.

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What should you do first?
There are some things that you will need to do straight away when someone passes away.
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Who do you notify when someone dies?
You will need to notify various people and organisations of the death.
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What to do if someone dies unexpectedly
We look at some key steps to support you when trying to cope with the unexpected loss of a loved one.
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Closing bank accounts when someone dies
Dealing with someone's finances when they die, can be a challenge.
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Navigating life after loss
When life ends, where do you begin? This guide aims to support those who are navigating the complex terrain of grief.
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Navigating grief after an infant or child loss
In this blog, we will explore some strategies and resources that may help parents, step parents, and guardians manage this incredibly challenging journey.
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We understand how difficult it is when someone passes away, but there is lots of support available.

How to arrange a funeral

Arranging a funeral can feel daunting, with lots of things to remember. We are here for you 24 hours a day to help and support you.

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How to prepare for someone’s death
Talking to family and friends about your wishes can give you peace of mind that everything is ready.
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Arranging a funeral at the time of need
Arranging a funeral can be a stressful, emotionally challenging time. In this guide we give practical steps to organising a funeral.
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Attended Burial
An Attended Burial can be arranged exactly how you want.
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Direct Cremation
A Direct Cremation is unattended - a celebration of life can take place at any time, anywhere.
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Attended Cremation
An Attended Cremation can be arranged exactly how you want.
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Burials at sea: A voyage to the afterlife
Burials at sea: A voyage to the afterlife
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Helpful Links
We understand how difficult it is when someone passes away, but there is lots of support available.

What happens with Wills & Probate

In order to control where your estate goes, and possibly to minimise tax, you will need a Will.

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Wills and Probate
If you die without a Will, you die intestate. This means no-one is officially appointed to handle your affairs.
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Estate Planning
Estate planning is preparing a plan of action for transferring your assets to your beneficiaries.
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Helpful Links
We understand how difficult it is when someone passes away, but there is lots of support available.

Taking care of someone’s estate

Estate planning is preparing a plan of action for transferring your assets to your beneficiaries or next of Kin

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Estate Planning
Estate planning is preparing a plan of action for transferring your assets to your beneficiaries.
A daffodil flower illustration
Wills and Probate
If you die without a Will, you die intestate. This means no-one is officially appointed to handle your affairs.
A daffodil flower illustration
Helpful Links
We understand how difficult it is when someone passes away, but there is lots of support available.

Helpful Links

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Helpful Links
We understand how difficult it is when someone passes away, but there is lots of support available.
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Understanding funeral terminology
There are many words and phrases relating to funerals that are hard to understand. In this guide we help you make sense of the terminology.