Are you getting married in 2020? You may have organised the wedding venue, the outfits, the flowers, but probably not arranged to have a will written or re-written. This is probably not something that is a priority, but it is a … Continue reading Getting Married?
Our A-Z of death words series of blog posts has been very popular on Linkedin so we thought we would feature them here on our blog too! A is for Ashes and Autopsy. Human ashes can now be transformed into … Continue reading A – death words
In this blog post, I will be reflecting on this article. Firstly, in true newspaper sensational style, the headline uses the word “fury” and indicates that the burial ground is for those who follow the Muslim faith. It does explain … Continue reading Why Are the Living Furious About the Dead?
Can you keep a secret? Where do you keep them? In a secret place of course! Throughout my research into digital bereavement issues, secrets are becoming a large problem for law companies dealing with estates of people who have died. When opening any online account, a password is required, and you are advised to keep your password safe and secure, especially where your finances are involved. I am aware that many people are very nervous about sharing their personal information on-line, but quite openly fill out paper forms and share their personal information without a second glance! I have learned … Continue reading Secrets
Digital memorials can be as susceptible to vandalism as can traditional memorials such as grave stones. The picture above is of St John’s Church graveyard in Pemberton, Wigan in England taken in 2015. The picture was uploaded to a public … Continue reading Memorial Vandalism