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The death of a loved one is overwhelming and each of us react differently as we go through our own process of dealing with a loss. In most instances, some level of arrangements is made prior to a death occurring. However, we frequently have families...

Families who have just lost (or will soon lose) a loved one and people who are planning their own final arrangements should know that cremation requirements vary by state. The list for California is too long to cover in a blog, but I wanted to...

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For most families in California and Texas, money isn’t the first thought when faced with losing a loved one. But at some point, the cost must be addressed. The last thing grieving family members need is “sticker shock” when they see the bill. Trust is a...

Occasionally, there are family disputes about who should make the final decision regarding arrangements for a loved one. Most commonly we see this when there are multiple adult children, or siblings, with differing opinions about funeral arrangements. The way the funeral laws are written in...

For those who are grieving, it is hard enough to make it through each new day. Facing a new year without a loved one can be especially depressing. While friends may be full of optimism of what the new year will bring, the mourner sees...

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