Funeral Directors Statement Of Death
A Funeral Directors Statement Of Death is necessary before anything can be done. A certified certificate can be obtained through a Funeral Director. It is a good idea to obtain multiple copies of the Funeral Directors Statement Of Death as most agencies require a certified copy and not a photocopy.
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Bank Accounts | Executors | Probate | Wills
What is to be done with bank accounts after a death varies by province. In some provinces, bank accounts are automatically frozen after a death.
To avoid any complications, the bank should be notified immediately, and you should find out the procedures for releasing these funds, and how to set up a new account for funds received after the death.
Probate is the legal process that transfers the legal title of property from the estate of the deceased to their beneficiaries.
During the probate process the executor of your will goes before the courts and indentifies and catalogs all the property you owned...
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That a family can witness the cremation?
Yes they can; for some religious groups it is very common for family members to be present when the body is placed in the cremation chamber. Some religious groups even include this as part of their funeral custom. This is offered to all families.
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