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Learn how to navigate your way through estate accounts and finances.

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There is no rule book. There is only how grief feels to you, how you honor your grief through time, and how you carry on day to day. We're here to guide you through.

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Common Estate Questions

Do I need an attorney or legal advice?

Depending on the complexity of your estate, you may be able to save on legal fees.

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Who is liable for outstanding debts?

While fraud and identity theft occur, there are steps you can take to stay safe.

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Do I need to worry about fraud or identity theft?

The estate is responsible for paying, but there are exceptions to be aware of.

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How do I close a Facebook Account?

You can memorialize or delete the account by following several steps.

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How do I notify the Office of Personal Management?

You can either call the office at 888-767-6738 or complete an online form.

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How do I make life insurance claims?

Contact the insurance company, and be sure to have your documents handy.

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Do I need an attorney or legal advice?

Depending on the complexity of your estate, you may be able to save on legal fees.

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Who is liable for outstanding debts?

While fraud and identity theft occur, there are steps you can take to stay safe.

Learn More

Do I need to worry about fraud or identity theft?

The estate is responsible for paying, but there are exceptions to be aware of.

Learn More

How do I close a Facebook Account?

You can memorialize or delete the account by following several steps.

Learn More

How do I notify the Office of Personal Management?

You can either call the office at 888-767-6738 or complete an online form.

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How do I make life insurance claims?

Contact the insurance company, and be sure to have your documents handy.

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Common Grief Questions

I feel so alone. I feel like no one understands me. I feel so unsupported.

I’m struggling after the death of my spouse. What do I do?

My best friend, who was there for me before my husband died, no longer talks to me and avoids me. Why can’t she be there for me now?

I have a friend who is going through the grief of a loss. How can I help?

I feel like I’m going crazy. For a long time after the funeral, I was just numb. I didn’t feel anything. Now I cycle back and forth between crying all day long, then being angry that she’s gone, then feeing numb again. Am I ok? Is this normal?

Can relationships be strengthened through grief?