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Things Which May Need Attention After A Loved One Dies

NOTE: This list is not all-inclusive, and each situation is unique. This is not intended to replace the guidance of an attorney or financial planner. If you have questions or need additional information, please contact a source related to your particular need: Social Security office, financial advisor, insurance company, or attorney. The first thing that is suggested to survivors is to be sure to ask the funeral home for an appropriate amount of death certificates. If you need more later, there will be an additional charge. As a rule of thumb, usually 10-20 death certificates will suffice depending on whether the person had multiple bank accounts, stocks, bonds, etc. Anything that is titled

Women Supporting Women

New monthly support group helps women grieving the death of a spouse Cari and Kyle Roach met on a blind date. He sold heating and air conditioning equipment. She was a college student working as part-time teller at a local bank. Kyle’s sister set them up. They hit it off, began dating, and married in 1983. Kyle was 32. Cari was 21. Eventually they had a daughter, Kyla. The decades passed until, in the early summer of 2010, Kyle was diagnosed with colon cancer. By the time doctors confirmed the disease, it had spread to Kyle’s liver. “We knew it was terminal,” Cari Roach says. “You go through treatment hoping to buy some more time, but …” Her voice trails away. Their marriage lasted one more

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