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There are lots of things to think about when someone dies, from registering the death, to telling friends and family. It may feel quite overwhelming at times. These articles will help you to manage some of the practicalities.
The most important thing is to listen and let the bereaved person know that you care and that you’re here for them.
Many of us spend as much time at work as we do at home, so work colleagues can become friends and grief can hit us hard.
This step-by-step guide sets out everything you need to know about registering a death, including what documents you need.
This guide offers practical, straightforward advice on arranging a funeral. We can also share a list of local funeral directors.
The numbers of people choosing not to have a funeral after their death had been increasing in the UK.
Everyone experiences grief differently. Our articles cover a range of situations, such as coping with the loss of your spouse.
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