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There's no more appropriate time to ask for help than when a beloved family member dies; between the weight of bereavement, and the need for focused attention in the funeral arrangement process, it can be a very difficult time for all concerned. We've prepared this section of our website to meet the needs of those caught in the early days after loss. Review the articles below for helpful information on topics relating to various end-of-life issues. These helpful resources may be enough to get you through the moment, but if you need additional support around any of the issues here (such as the importance of writing a will, what's involved in transporting cremated remains, or how to obtain certified copies of a death certificate); just call us at (313) 982-1000. We'll be pleased to speak with you.
The Internet is full of how-to information covering an unbelievably wide array of topics. Our how-to section focuses on important end-of-life topics such as how to write an obituary, how to order death certificates, and how to scatter a loved one's ashes.
There's so much we're not prepared to handle when someone dies. At times like these, we're in need of reliable, practical information related to end-of-life issues. If you're looking for practical resources, as well as practical ideas, this section was written expressly for you.
After the death of a loved one, there are many legal details that need to be sorted out. Let us help you clear up any confusion, or deal with any problems you may be experiencing.
Planning is never a bad thing. This section helps inform you on how you can plan for the loss of a loved one to relieve the stress of a difficult time.