During the emotionally challenging period following the death of a loved one, there are many decisions to make, people to notify and details to organize. Mourners might ask one or two trusted people to help with these tasks in the upcoming days, weeks, and months. Asking for help when one feels overwhelmed or needs assistance during the grieving process is an important way to take care of oneself to include others who want to be of support.

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Some of the items listed will not be applicable to you, based on your relationship to your loved one, their age and stage in life or their experiences during their lifetime. Please disregard anything that is not applicable. Please also note that this should not be construed as legal or financial advice - all legal matters should be confirmed by an attorney and all financial matters should be confirmed by a financial advisor.

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