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Reach Out for Help

Losing a family member can be one of the most challenging events in your life. In addition to the emotional stress, you may have many decisions to make and paperwork to deal with. Let us help you as you move ahead.

Have a Plan

In a time of loss, allow time to grieve. Eventually, you'll want to make a list of things that need to be done. Create a checklist or find one online. Creating a plan can help focus your efforts and guide you during these difficult times.

How to Cope With a Death in the Family

Protect What You Value

During a crisis, reach out to your insurance company right away. Locate your policies and refresh yourself on coverage and claims processes. Be alert and wary of other firms offering help so that you don’t become a victim of fraud.

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