April 1, 2020
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Instagram is one of the world's most popular social media and photo sharing platforms in the world with approximately 120 million users in the United States alone. Many individuals create beneficiaries who will take over the account if a loved one passes away. If you are the individual tasked with this responsibility you may wish to download all of the photos and videos.

December 19, 2019
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Before you, transport remains, be aware that there are a number of factors to consider and incorporate into your planning to prevent possible problems. A variety of documents, such as a burial transit permit, death certificate, certificate of cremation, and other country-specific authorization forms may be required depending on your destination. If you are going to bury the remains (called an inurnment) as part of your journey, make sure you have any paperwork, authorizations, or permits that will be needed by the cemetery before you go. You may even need to involve a licensed funeral director in sending and/or receiving the cremated remains.

September 5, 2019
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One of the most important steps to take to prevent fraud and identity theft is canceling your loved one’s driver’s license. Steps on how to do so vary from state to state, so you can either call the Department of Motor Vehicles in the state your loved one lived or visit their website to find out the state’s specific requirements for canceling a deceased’s driver’s license.

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