End of Life Resources

What Does an Estate Executor Do?

Although people often see death as morbid, the reality is that death is the yin to the yang of life. In planning for death, it is advantageous to select an estate executor. This person is responsible for handling your property, debts and other unsettled issues following your passing.READ MORE

What To Do When A Loved One Dies

Consider this…we naturally do not want to think about the loss of a loved one and yet, it is inevitable at some point. A loved one may die at home, in a facility or hospital, under hospice care or not, or in an unforeseen location. Not only are you in a state of shock or grief or both…you have to think about the practical details of what to do now.READ MORE

Who Has the Right to Make Funeral Decisions?

It’s a sad and distressing time when a loved one passes away. In addition to the raw emotion of such a difficult time comes the administrative planning of a funeral.

There are many aspects of a funeral that need to be considered, including whether to cremate or bury your loved one, to hold a funeral service or a memorial service, whether to include any religious traditions, and if so, which ones, and finally, where should the events be held? Or maybe you want to choose whole body donation and hold your own private memorial service?READ MORE

Grief Counseling: What are the Benefits?

Grief following the death of someone close is one of the most painful and stressful life events. It is experienced in many ways–emotionally, physically, spiritually–and everyone grieves differently. Shock, anger, sadness, guilt, and anxiety are common feelings during the grieving process, and they can be overwhelming. Occasionally there are no emotions, there is only numbness. Some people find it difficult to cope with their loss and believe they’ll never be happy again.READ MORE

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