As in life, death presents a number of challenges and opportunities. However, when confronted with death, we are often afforded far less time to examine our options and make informed choices.
We may not even be aware of what we need to know, until it is suddenly time to make a decision: How do I attend my loved one while they are dying? What do I want done with the body? How do I make a plan for my own death? What kind of ceremony would be appropriate? Where to turn for grief support? Who will write an obituary? Add to this the critical financial and legal implications of succession and estate settlement, closing out accounts, liquidating assets and cleaning out homes, and it can feel overwhelming.
We can help you with this process and connect you with resources in the community.