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End of life

From understanding final wishes to knowing what to do when someone dies, we talk about it all here

Managing grief without employer support

At some stage in our lives we are likely to have to deal with grief, and as our parents age that time moves closer. Yet while employers are charged with implementing policies for a whole raft of situations, some do not seem to know how to support those who are grieving – or even concede […]

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What’s Included in a Direct Cremation Service?

Promotional Post A Direct Cremation is the latest addition to funeral options, even though it really harks back to the old days when simple funerals were the norm. This option is a no-fuss and comparatively inexpensive funeral option. There is no service with mourners, nor any inclusions beyond the basics for legalities required after a […]

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Legalities to consider when dealing with the death of a loved one

Collaborative Post Losing a loved one can be one of the most difficult periods in life. When faced with the death of someone close to you, paperwork is often the last thing on your mind – but while it’s important to take plenty of time to grieve and recover from the loss, there are various […]

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Dealing With the Loss of a Loved One

Collaborative Post Dealing with the death of a loved one is one of the hardest experiences in life. Obviously, you have the emotional side to process and this can be incredibly difficult and is very rarely linear. In addition to this, you then have all of the practicalities to manage and this can make the […]

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How to make a funeral feel more personal

Collaborative Post Planning a funeral is no easy feat and with a long list of things to organise while you’re adjusting to life without your loved one, it can feel like a monumental task. If the deceased was older, or their death was expected, they may have created a funeral plan. However, this isn’t always […]

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