What should you expect after a veteran has passed?

Sadly, the death of a veteran is something that many of us face at some point in our lives. While it’s hard to imagine planning for it, it’s important to be aware of what you should expect.

We’ve created a guide to help you plan for the challenging times, which includes:

  • A guideline for obtaining the required legal documents
  • Checklists for funeral arrangements
  • Guidance on navigating governmental agencies
  • … and more

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About The Guide

We understand that the death of a veteran is painful, but it’s something that must be faced. You may not be able to plan for it emotionally, but adding in the vital decisions that must be made and the urgent tasks that must be completed can make a hard time downright overwhelming.

That said, we CAN make ourselves aware. We can learn about everything expected of us after the passing  of a veteran, so we won’t find that our time for grieving and honoring the veteran is compromised.

The guide was created to assist you in planning this difficult time, and it includes:

  • Guidelines on obtaining the required legal documents
  • Helpful checklists for funeral arrangements
  • Assistance in navigating the maze of governmental agencies

Fill out the form above to download your guide.

What’s inside your guide?

This guide, What to Expect After the Passing of a Veteran, is separated by task, offering assistance and helpful tips on what’s needed just after the passing, prior to and after the funeral. Additionally, the guide offers insight into dealing with hard-to-navigate governmental agencies to ensure that the veteran receives the honors they earned.

A comprehensive guide at [not sure how many] pages, What to Expect After the Passing of a Veteran is easy to follow. It’s been written in a way that makes it simple to use as a reference— you can come back and read the parts you need at the moment you need them.

“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