125 Decisions that must be made after the death of a loved one.

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When a loved one passes away, it's always emotional - in some cases traumatic. And yet, there's not always time to sit and to grieve, at least not at first. There are a lot of practical matters that you have to attend to, and decisions you must make, to ensure a proper memorial service and burial.

Just a few of these tasks include: Gathering the proper paperwork; Completing the necessary documentation; Calling relatives and friends; Communicating with the funeral home; Paying for the necessary services; Attending to all necessary funeral arrangements.

Planning a funeral for a loved one requires organization in the midst of grief and sadness. You will want to consult with one of our caring funeral directors to help you with understanding the most important elements of funeral planning.

It's a lot to take in, and during a season of grief, it can be difficult to remember everything. That's why we've created a guide - a full list of 125 things you need to do, and decisions you need to make, when a loved one dies.

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