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People need more than just legal advice when someone close to them dies. There are a lot of important arrangements to be made that can be difficult to remember, particularly in a time of bereavement.

Awkward situations and potentially legal problems can arise if the affairs of the deceased are not handled correctly and in a timely manner.

This guide will cover:

  • How to register the death
  • Who can see the will
  • How to arrange the funeral in conjunction with any wishes expressed in the will
  • How to pay for the funeral
  • What to do if there is no will
  • Important people who need to know about the death
  • Important documents that need cancellation
  • Cancelling bills and memberships
  • Paying outstanding bills
  • Important information to gather

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