What to do when Somebody Dies
When someone dies it is often their closest family or friends who have the task of arranging the funeral, and these are also the people suffering most from grief, shock, and perhaps even such emotions as regret, anger or guilt. For many the first experience of this is when a parent dies. It is something that every one of us has to face sooner or later.
Even when a Funeral Director (FD) is to be used, it is still a good idea to have considered all the options. Here is a brief outline of the main things to consider when (or before!) someone dies:
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