Death can provoke mountains of paperwork, leaving you with an administrative burden in addition to the emotional pain. But with a little planning we can make it manageable.
You might be happily married with a lovely family whom you want to protect should the worst happen. You may have parents who are reaching old age, or are ill, and need to work out how to help them. Moving house, separating, starting a family or just planning a risky adventure: events that make us think about the future and want to protect those we love. Preparing the paperwork can be a blessing.
Think of it as a kind of life insurance which will pay out in spades at the end of your life. What a relief to those you leave behind to know they don’t need to second-guess what you would have wanted should the worst happen. Difficult decisions from end-of-life care to whether to donate your organs, cremate or bury you, to
We help you look at writing your will, appointing someone to make medical and financial decisions for you if you are unable to do so, and the effect of a living will
We consider how you might be able to let people know your wishes
When Someone Dies
A death in the family can knock you sideways, and at this time of raw emotion you will have to complete forms, make endless phone calls and tell the story more times than you thought possible, all the while barely believing that it has happened. It is a time for lists and cups of tea. Though we can’t make a brew for you, we can be a helpful friend at your shoulder guiding you through the maze to some kind of peace. So we are here with:
Lists of what to do when someone dies
Lists of who to tell and how
Lists of what to take to appointments
Lists of who to contact if it all becomes too much
List of possible funeral arrangements
List of things to be considered after all is said and done