April 7, 2020

A living will (also known as a "healthcare proxy" or "advanced directive") is a legal document used to inform medical workers and doctors of your medical and health care decisions and preferred medical procedures and treatments during end-of-life conditions and life-threatening conditions. This document has no effect after your death.

September 5, 2019

Planning for a funeral or memorial service, whether for a loved one or planning for yourself, can be complicated. Before consulting with a funeral home, it is best to collect the information and documents necessary. This article aims to give an idea of the kinds of documents the average family will need to plan a funeral, however, keep in mind that every family's circumstances are different and may require different documentation.

August 19, 2019

If you will be responsible for closing and settling your loved one’s accounts, you will need to have several copies of the death certificate on hand to provide to various institutions and agencies. Generally, you will need one certified copy of the death certificate for each major asset, such as cars, real estate, or bank accounts, for which you will need to transfer ownership, as well as for items such as life insurance policies, veterans’ survivor benefits, and annuities. You will be able to find all 50 states and D.C. vital records offices in this blog.

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