What to do when someone dies
Losing a loved one can be devastating. But if you have to deal with the practicalities as well as your own grief it can feel overwhelming.
We can’t ease the pain, and although this guide isn't intended to be comprehensive, it should help you work out what tasks you need to consider and how to do them.
The government website provides a wealth of information on these processes, so if you can’t find what you’re looking for here, they may be able to help.
Register the death
Arrange the funeral
Dealing with the will
Dealing with money
Death in service
Credit card companies
Phone, TV and internet providers
Mail preference services
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