Funeral guidance for Church of England services is easy to find but what if you, or you loved one, prefers an...More
Following the death of a loved one, advice from probate lawyer Philippa Barton is to make sure you understand the process of settling...More
Holly Andrews highlights the value of a Will to your end of life plans and what your key considerations should be. More
A death plan allows you to relieve the burden of decision making from the shoulders of those you love and creates the opportunity for a peaceful end of life. More
Mary Jordan explains the first steps that should be taken after receiving an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. More
Rising funeral costs, lack of savings and low income have put UK families in financial difficulty when dealing with bereavement writes Rosie Inman-Cook. More
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The loss of a child can leave you feeling like all is lost but as Dr Stella Compton-Dickinson explains there is support that can help bring meaning and purpose back into your life. More
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An innovative new publication from Compassion in Dying uses the authentic voices of dying people to empower others to make informed...More
Robert John Young looks at increasing awareness of and demand for green or eco funerals - including re-usable plots and a carbon neutral...More
Landmark ruling means legal permission no longer needed to withdraw life support for patients with life-limiting conditions. More
FSCS protects consumers when financial services firms fail but is unable to safeguard consumer interests in the prepaid funerals market. More
How bureaucracy can make a home death unbearable for family members who have to deal with the fallout. More
Jonathan Jong examines our enduring need for death rituals and suggests they serve the same psychological functions: to make us feel less...More
Andréia de Sousa Martins looks at how technology can help families experience a funeral whatever the distance. More
High Court to hear Noel Conway’s claim that 1961 Suicide Act breaches his human right to a ‘dignified death’. More
Assisted dying. Paul Hensby argues that people living with terminal illness must have a choice over their end of life care and also the...More
Fear of dying is reduced if we know the facts, plan for the inevitable, involve our loved ones and try to have a ‘good death’. This...More
The cost of dying has risen by more than eight percent in a single year. Paul Hensby questions can you really afford not to plan your...More
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My funeral wishes
This fill-out-and-keep downloadable template can help you share your funeral wishes with your nearest and dearest and ensure you have the send off you deserve.
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Writing a death plan
A death plan allows you to relieve the burden of decision making from the shoulders of those you love and creates the opportunity for a peaceful end of life.