How to Defuse Family Inheritance Disagreements

Posted on January 27th, 2020
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After cremations as part of the cremation services offered in Tallahassee, FL, the will or revocable trust of the deceased person will be on the immediate family’s mind. Even for families that generally get along pretty well together, the terms of the will or revocable trust may not sit well with some of the family […]

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Disposing of Medications after Someone Dies

Posted on January 20th, 2020
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After funerals at funeral homes in Tallahassee, FL, you will start cleaning out your deceased loved one’s things and you will very likely find some of their unused medications. All the medications should be disposed of. Many people, as they near the end of life, are on comfort-care medications, which can include medications like morphine […]

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Handling Anniversaries after a Loved One Dies

Posted on January 13th, 2020
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Providing grief resources is among the cremation services offered in Tallahassee, FL. Any significant date in the life of a loved one who has died will pose challenges for those of us who are still living for the rest of our lives. It might be a birthday. It might be an engagement anniversary. It might […]

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What to Wear to Your Funeral

Posted on January 6th, 2020
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When attending funerals at funeral homes in Tallahassee, FL, you may be surprised to see the deceased not wearing a suit and tie or a nice dress. Funeral attire for those who die before us has changed in the last couple of decades, and now people are being buried in clothes that people are used […]

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It’s Time to Talk About Death

Posted on December 23rd, 2019
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Cremations are among cremation services offered in Tallahassee, FL. But before and after cremations, we should be talking about death as a part of life. Most of us are, quite frankly, afraid of death. It’s mysterious. It’s scary. It’s the unknown. But it hasn’t always been that way. It’s only in the last 75 years […]

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