What happens to someone’s Facebook account when they pass away? With the closure of a Facebook account, the deceased’s account can be removed or memorialized.
Following a death, it is common to be unsure where to start. With limited resources on how to handle a vehicle following a death, this blog aims to aid in the process.
Forwarding or redirecting mail after a death should be taken care of as soon as possible, as there may be information sent that requires your immediate attention (such as credit card bills, mortgage payments, or other services that need notification of death).
Proof of death is required to deal with the majority of estate matters. Proof can come in various forms. Below is an explanation of the types of proof of death, some examples of when it may be required, and where they can be obtained.
Being named an executor or administrator of an estate when a loved one passes can be an overwhelming and stressful situation. You may not have the slightest idea where to start, and it can feel like a mountain of work ahead of you.
It can be difficult to know where to start after someone dies. We know because we’ve been there. To help you get started, we’ve created a helpful list of the executor tasks ahead.