Dealing with bereavement is never easy. As well as the impact of loss and emotional upheaval, there is a complex process to go through, involving registration, funeral arrangements, burial procedures, probate, tax, financial affairs and administration. "What to Do When Someone Dies" makes dealing with the formalities as straightforward and simple as possible. By presenting different options in a clear and logical manner, it allows you to make your own choices rather than being swept along by events. It also advises on how long things take, practical considerations you may encounter and the expenses you are likely to incur. Recognising that people are different, and that what is desirable for some may not be suitable for others, the author considers alternatives to traditional funeral services, the requirements of different religions and less formal arrangements to mark the end of life. This book provides advice on: how to register a death; notifying relevant parties; making funeral arrangements; applying for probate; and, sorting out tax, property and other financial matters.
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Paul Harris is a retired manager of a group of funeral directors and is still involved with the funeral profession. Before this, he trained as an electronic engineer, and later spent 25 years in the Free Church ministry where he organised seminars and lectured on many subjects related to bereavement care. He now writes for various national periodicals.
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Descripción Paperback. Estado de conservación: Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Nº de ref. de la librería GOR002029641