What can you expect after the passing of a loved one?

The death of a loved one, a family member, or a close friend is a painful reality we must all face at some point. We can’t really plan for it. What we can do, however, is make ourselves aware. 

This guide is designed to guide your planning in these difficult times and includes:

  • Guidelines on the legal documents you need
  • Helpful checklists for funeral arrangements
  • Guidance on how to manage the estate

Fill out the form to download your guide.

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About The Guide

The death of a loved one, a family member, or a close friend is a painful reality we must all face at some point. We can’t really plan for it emotionally and when you add in urgent tasks and important decisions that must be made, ‘overwhelming’ can be an understatement.

What we can do, however, is make ourselves aware. We can learn about what to do and expect when a loved one passes, so our time for grieving and honoring our loved one is not lost or compromised.

This guide is designed to guide your planning in these difficult times and includes:

  • Guidelines on the legal documents you need
  • Helpful checklists for funeral arrangements
  • Guidance on how to manage the estate

Fill out the form above to download your guide.

What’s inside the guide?

The guide to What To Expect After the Passing of a Loved One is separated into tasks and helpful tips on what you need to do a few days after passing, before and after the funeral, and upon managing the estate. The guide also includes a checklist of special tasks if your loved one was a veteran.

It’s simple to follow with only the information you need, but comprehensive at about 35 pages total. We’ve written this guide in such a way that you can use it for reference. Come back to it and read the parts you need, whenever you’re ready.

“After a loved one passes, be encouraged by their passing and legacy… Live each day with encouragement knowing that they are proud…”

Matt Fraser

American Athlete